Episode 146 – Free To Choose 1980 – Who Protects the Consumer? (Podcast)

Various government agencies have been created on the claim that they will protect the consumer. These agencies restrict freedom, stifle innovation, and become agents for the industries or groups they are intended to regulate. Friedman explains how the free market and competition are the best protection for consumer interests. Today’s podcast is “Who Protects the Consumer?” Listen now.

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Episode 141 – Africa’s Agricultural Crisis (Podcast)

In today’s podcast, the now late Dr. Norman Borlaug, Dr. Robert Chandler, Jr., and Dr. Nyle Brady, all of whom had devoted their professional lives to the task of feeding the hungry, identify the many causes of Africa’s current agricultural crisis. Here is “Africa’s Agricultural Crisis.” Listen now.

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Episode 138 – Free To Choose 1980 – Created Equal (Podcast)

The Declaration of Independence says, ”all men are created equal.” Milton Friedman explains that this does not mean all persons should or will have equal talents or income. Equal opportunity to better oneself and the right to personally benefit from the gains realized are consistent with freedom. Taking from some to give to others destroys freedom and removes the incentive for creating new wealth. Today’s podcast is “Created Equal,” volume five of the ten-part public television series Free To Choose. Listen now.

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Episode 137 – Neurobiology (Podcast)

In today’s podcast, laboratory chief of biochemical genetics at the National Heart Institute, the now late Dr. Marshall Nirenberg, and chief of the laboratory of molecular biology at the National Institute of Disorders & Stroke, Dr. Ron McKay, discuss neurobiology and the science behind it. Here is “Neurobiology.” Listen now.

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