Erica Chenoweth: Why Civil Nonviolent Resistance Works (1h6m)

This episode features a lecture by political scientist and public policy professor Erica Chenoweth from 2015. She explains why civil resistance works and talks about the strategic alternatives to violence in the 21st century. Purchase books by Erica Chenoweth from Amazon here.

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Walter Block: Defending the Moneylender (15m)

This episode features an audio essay written by economics professor and Austro-libertarian Walter Block from 1976, and which comprises Chapter 17 of Defending the UndefendablePurchase books by Walter Block on Amazon here.

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Ben O’Neill: Natural Law and the Libertarian Society (40m)

This episode features a lecture by lawyer and statistician Ben O’Neill from 2011. He looks at different types of law (natural, positive) as they relate to libertarian theory and practice.

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Alfie Kohn: The 3 Most Basic Needs of Children, and Why Schools Fail (9m)

This episode features a short lecture of education and parenting researcher, writer, and lecturer Alfie Kohn from 2011. He explains the three most basic needs of children and why schools fails at meeting them. Purchase books by Alfie Kohn on Amazon here.

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Alvaro Vargas Llosa: Liberty for Latin America, How to Undo 500 Years of State Oppression (1h32m)

This episode features a lecture by political journalist Alvaro Vargas Llosa from 2005. He talks about the many themes in his book of the same title concerning the problems that Central and South America have faced for centuries. Purchase books by Alvaro Vargas Llosa on Amazon here.

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Donald Boudreaux: Market Failure, Government Failure and the Economics of Antitrust Regulation (1h6m)

This episode features an interview of economics professor Donald Boudreaux from 2007 by Russ Roberts, host of EconTalk. They talk about when market failure can be improved by government intervention. After discussing the evolution of economic thinking about externalities and public goods, the conversation turns to the case for government’s role in promoting competition via antitrust regulation. Boudreaux argues that the origins of antitrust had nothing to do with protecting consumers from greedy monopolists. The source of political demand for antitrust regulation came from competitors looking for relief from more successful rivals. Purchase books by Donald Boudreaux on Amazon here.

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