Episode 185 – Polymorphism and Human Disease (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Polymorphism and Human Disease.” Dr. Baruch S. Blumberg, Fox Chase Cancer Center, winner of the 1976 Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine, and Prof. H. Sharat Chandra, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, discuss polymorphism and human disease. 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 184 – Crime, Law and Order, and Legislative Solutions (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Crime, Law and Order, and Legislative Solutions.” Dr. Alex Inkeles, Senior Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution and Dr. Joseph McNamara, Research Fellow, also at the Hoover Institution, discuss crime, law and order, and legislative solutions. 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 183 – Evolution and Aging (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Evolution and Aging.” Dr. Christian de Duve, Belgian Physician and Biochemist and 1974 Nobel Prize winner in Physiology/Medicine and Dr. Harry Moody, Executive Director of the Brookdale Center on Aging discuss the evolution of the human body and how it progresses through time. 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 182 – Cultural and Personal Meanings of the Holidays (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Cultural and Personal Meanings of the Holidays.” Atwood Gaines, Professor of Anthropology, Don Freedheim, Professor of Psychology, Roy Baumeister, Professor of the Liberal Arts, and Jetse Sprey, Professor of Sociology, Case Western Reserve University discuss the cultural and personal meaning of the holidays. 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 181 – Keynesian Economics (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Keynesian Economics.” Keynesian Economics w/ Prof. James Tobin, Sterling Professor Emeritus-Economics, Yale University and the winner of the 1981 Nobel Prize in Economics and Robert Shiller, Stanley B. Resor Professor of Economics, Yale University. 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 180 – Social Security (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Social Security.” Peter Diamond, MIT Institute Professor and Dr. Franco Modigliani, 1985 Nobel laureate in Economics, talk about many different facets of social security including its history, benefits, and future. 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 179 – Isaac Asimov (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Isaac Asimov.” Renowned science-fiction writer Isaac Asimov explores the appeal of science-fiction as well as the consequences of scientific understanding in popular culture. 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 178 – Institutions and Economic Performance (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Institutions and Economic Performance.” Timur Kuran, Professor of Economics and King Faisal Professor of Islamic Thought and Culture at the University of Southern California and Dr. Douglass North, Professor of Economics at Washington University and 1993 Nobel Prize winner in Economics discuss institutions and economic performance. 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 177 – Progress in Cosmology: 2000 (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Progress in Cosmology: 2000.” Prof. Bernard Sadoulet, Director of the Center for Particle Astrophysics at University of California – Berkeley and Professor of Astronomy and Physics Marc Davis discuss the progress that has been made in Cosmology at the turn of the century. 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 176 – Is Optimism Warranted (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Is Optimism Warranted.” Herbert Stein and Ben Wattenberg, Senior Fellows at the American Enterprise Institute, consider the many factors which threaten America’s political stability and economic growth. Stein and Wattenberg agree that while attention has been focused primarily on economic issues, of more pressing concern are the social problems of drug abuse, single-parent families, racism, and the like. Given these challenges, is there any reason to be optimistic that the U.S. will continue to prosper? Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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