Episode 44 – Jennifer Roback (Podcast)

An open marketplace plays a part in more areas than most people realize. The role is often overlooked in the areas of segregation and discrimination. Supporters of free markets support the right to associate with whoever you wish, while at the same time abhor individual liberties being taken away based on race or an association to other groups. So where is the line? Can the two ever truly within a free market, absent of coercion? Originally recorded in 1987, economist Jennifer Roback had studied the economics of discrimination for years. What role does the free market have in alleviating discrimination? …

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A More or Less Perfect Union – COMING IN 2019!

There’s never been a better time to talk about the Constitution of the United States of America. From college campuses to our borders to Washington, DC, today, our Constitution is under assault on all fronts. Many of us aren’t embracing the rights we have; free speech is endangered and, through action or inaction, challenges face all three branches of government. In Fall 2019, Free To Choose Media will release A More or Less Perfect Union to public television stations nationwide. The documentary is an extraordinary three-part series, hosted by Judge Douglas Ginsburg – a national authority on the Constitution, with 30 …

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Dead Wrong® with Johan Norberg – Colonialism: The West & the Rest (VIDEO)

Racism is a western invention. Western colonialism is the defining experience in human history, and we enslaved more than anybody else. All those things we learned at university? They’re Dead Wrong®. Find out how large the slave trade actually was from Free To Choose® Media Executive Editor and Cato Institute Senior Fellow Johan Norberg.
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