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Pete Boettke on Katrina, Ten Years After        Adam Smith, Bastiat, black market, broken window fallacy, central planning, emergent order, free markets, role of government, shortage, property rights, regulations
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Would you give up the internet for $1Million?        foundations, consumer surplus, surplus, innovation
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Snap #513 - Slippery Slope        decision making, ethical choices
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WEB EXCLUSIVE: Henry McMaster Defends Trump's Derogatory Comments       
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Happiness Doesn't Come from Gov't       
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Launch of Stossel TV       
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When Foreign Policy Comes Home: The Boomerang Effect       
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After Charlottesville, how do we cover an immoral president?       
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The Homicidal Sexbots Edition       
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WEB EXCLUSIVE: Haunted House Tour       
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Reality Check: Obamacare and Small Businesses       
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Presidential war-making powers.       
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Post-WWII Boom: Transition to a Consumer Economy — US Economic History 8       
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The Speech That Defined a Presidency       
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Can Corrupt Soft Money Improve Corrupt Academia?        censorship, confirmation bias, corruption, freedom
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WEB EXCLUSIVE: Women on the 10 dollar bill       
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War on the Little Guy: Endangered Species       
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What I Don't Understand About Border Patrol Checkpoints       
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US Economic History 1 — How Mercantilism Started the American Revolution       
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How 9/11 changed Disney's Lilo & Stitch       
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Monetary Policy and the Fed       
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Stossel Communism and Capitalism       
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No They Can't: How Politicians Make College More Expensive       
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I Interviewed A Porn Star       
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Markets without Limits — Where Do We Draw the Line?- Learn Liberty       
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