Episode 172 – Judicial Selection and American Government (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Judicial Selection and American Government.” Professor of Law Franklin E. Zimring and Professor of Political Science Nelson W. Polsby share meaningful conversation over a topic more relevant than ever. Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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Episode 171 – How Scientists and Non-Scientists Look at Science (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “How Scientists and Non-Scientists Look at Science.” 1996 Nobel Prize Winner in Physics Dr. Douglas Osheroff and science writer David Salisbury discuss the different views scientists and non-scientists have about science. Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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Episode 170 – Conversation with Philip Anderson (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Conversation with Philip Anderson.” 1977 Nobel Prize Winner in Physics Dr. Philip W. Anderson and California Institute of Technology Professor of Humanities Dan Kevles share fascinating and lively conversation. Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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Episode 169 – Property and Freedom, Part 2 (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Property and Freedom, Part 2.” Recorded in 2000, Dr. James D. Gwartney, Chief Economist of the Joint Economic Committee, and Richard Pipes, Professor Emeritus at Harvard University, continue the discussion about property rights, ownership, and responsibilities. Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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Episode 168 – Property and Freedom, Part 1 (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Property and Freedom, Part 1.” Recorded in 1993, Ronald W. Jones, Xerox Professor of Economics at the University of Rochester, and Richard Pipes, Professor Emeritus at Harvard University, discuss property rights, ownership, and responsibilities. Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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Episode 167 – Understanding Ancient North America (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Understanding Ancient North America.” Recorded in 1992, James Adovasio, Director of Anthropology & Archaeology at Mercyhurst College and Paul Zolbrod, Fredrick F. Seely Professor of English at Allegheny College ask “Can physical archaeology and the oral traditions of existing Native Americans be brought together in the search for better understanding of past cultures? Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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Episode 166 – Conversation with Jonathan Hughes (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Conversation with Jonathan Hughes.” Recorded in 1987, Jonathan Hughes discusses American economic history, why the U.S. prospered in the past, and how to continue that success. Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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Episode 165 – Teaching Science Fiction (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Teaching Science Fiction.” Recorded in 1999, Patrice Caldwell, Director of Institutional Renewal at Eastern New Mexico University, and celebrated science fiction author Jack Williamson discuss teaching science fiction. Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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Episode 164 – Women and Management Styles (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Women and Management Styles.” Recorded in 1993, Judy B. Rosener, Professor of Management at UC Irvine and Virginia I. Postrel, Editor at Reason Magazine, discuss the results of Rosener’s research on the management styles of women. Rosener and Postrel debate whether the corporate culture properly values the unique perspective women bring to the workplace. Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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Episode 163 – Science and Society (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Science and Society.” Recorded in 1999, Gerald Holton, Mallinckrodt Professor of Physics at Harvard University, and Nicolaas Bloembergen, Professor Emeritus at Harvard University and 1981 Nobel Prize winner in Physics, discuss how science affects society and vice versa. Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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