Mark Moller, Susan Chamberlin, Bob Barr, Peter Van Doren, more – CatoAudio, September 2005


Mark Moller and Susan Chamberlin on the future of federalism at the Supreme Court; Bob Barr on why the Patriot Act is unnecessary to fight terrorism; Peter Van Doren on how health insurance impacts our medical choices; South African entrepreneur Moeletsi Mbeki on Africa’s wealth drain; Andrew Coulson on answering opponents of school choice with success stories from other countries; and Jeffrey Rogers Hummel on the deep roots of support for the American Revolution.
Author: Mark Moller, Susan Chamberlin, Bob Barr, Peter Van Doren, more
Narrator: Bill McGregor
Duration: 1 hr and 8 minutes
Released: 5 Jan 2009
Publisher: The Cato Institute
Language: English

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This story was a remarkable overview of the plight of people during the Genocide. The authors insights to a horrific period give a view of how individuals were caught up in the struggles by conveying not only their experiences but also their thoughts about their dire situation. I have been to Rwanda, heard many versions of the genocide but this story has given me further insights. The key people in the story are described in great depth and with sensitivity. It captures the realities of people’s lives based on the authors experiences as a journalist.