Christopher Preble, Dan Griswold – CatoAudio, November 2005

In this edition:

Christopher Preble and Dan Griswold on how U.S. farm policy hurts both the economy and liberty; Jay Greene on the myth that more money could save public education; Randy Barnett on the modern history of federalism; Ron Bailey on why genetically enhanced humans are no threat to political equality; Chris Edwards on the high cost of funds for federal pork spending ACLU president; and Nadine Strossen on the Constitution’s ability to protect both religion and government from majoritarian whims.

Author: Christopher Preble, Dan Griswold
Narrator: Bill McGregor
Duration: 1 hr and 13 minutes
Released: 5 Jan 2011
Publisher: The Cato Institute
Language: English

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