Mark Moller, Ilya Somin, Ed Crane, Jonathan Turley, more – CatoAudio, June 2005


Mark Moller and Ilya Somin on private property and the Constitution; Ed Crane on America’s libertarian Constitution; Jonathan Turley on the dangers of mixing religion and politics; Rep. Ed Royce (R-CA) on America’s economy, the envy of the world; Jerry Taylor on the fallacious economics of “energy independence”; and David Schoenbrod on how the EPA damages the environment and the Constitution.
Author: Mark Moller, Ilya Somin, Ed Crane, Jonathan Turley, more
Narrator: Bill McGregor
Duration: 1 hr and 10 minutes
Released: 5 Jan 2006
Publisher: The Cato Institute
Language: English

User Review:

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