David Salisbury, Casey Lartigue, Edward Peck, more – CatoAudio, May 2004

This edition of CatoAudio features David Salisbury and Casey Lartigue on the state of America’s schools 50 years after Brown v. Board of Education; Ambassador Edward Peck on the transition of power in Iraq; Former Nuclear Regulatory Commission member Peter Bradford on the future of the nuclear power industry; The Wall Street Journal’s John Fund on the challenges facing American education; Former US Attorney General Bill Barr on telecommunications regulation; and Brink Lindsey on the myths and truths of outsourcing.
Author: David Salisbury, Casey Lartigue, Edward Peck, more
Narrator: Bill McGregor
Duration: 1 hr and 17 minutes
Released: 4 Jan 2005
Publisher: The Cato Institute
Language: English

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