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...Why do we consume? We consume to make who's life better? Society's? The greater good? No. We consume to make our own lives better. To the extent of our knowledge and ability we're trying to enhance our own lives...
Yaron Brook

Audio & Video

Audio & Video

 

• Video: When Governments Cut Spending - 31 October 2011

• Video: Free Markets, Not Redistribution, Is Best Way to Reduce Poverty - 21 October 2011

• Video from CF&P Exposes Failure of the War on Poverty, Calls for Free Markets for Upward Mobility - 8 October 2011

• Video: Economics of Liberty 2011: Lecture Series - Lecture Nine - 21 July 2011

• Video: Economics of Liberty 2011: Leture Series - Lecture Eight - 16 July 2011

• Video - Economics of Liberty 2011: Lecture Series - Lecture Seven - 8 July 2011

• Video - Economics of Liberty 2011: Lecture Series - Lecture Six - 25 June 2011

• Video - Economics of Liberty 2011: Lecture Series - Lecture Five - 17 June 2011

• Lawrence Reed: Spreading Freedom to the World - 17 June 2011

• Video: Vouchers, Not Bureaucratic Rationing, Are Best Way to Fix Bankrupt Medicare System - 12 June 2011

• Video - Economics of Liberty 2011: Lecture Series - Lecture Four - 10 June 2011

• Video - Economics of Liberty 2011: Lecture Series - Lecture Three - 2 June 2011

• Dr. Richard Ebeling appears on The Platform: Reprise - 29 May 2011

• Dr. Steven Horwitz appears on The Platform - 29 May 2011

• Johan Norberg at the Atlas Experience (2011) - 27 May 2011

• Video: John Tomlinson - Securing the Bahamian Dollar - 24 May 2011

• Video: CF&P Explains that Vouchers, Not Bureaucratic Rationing, Are Best Way to Fix Bankrupt Medicare System - 17 May 2011

• Video - Economics of Liberty 2011: Lecture Series - Lecture Two - 14 May 2011

• Video - Economics of Liberty 2011: Lecture Series - Lecture One - 10 May 2011

• ‪Video: Spending Restraint, Part II: Lessons from Canada, Ireland, Slovakia, and New Zealand‬ - 17 April 2011

 

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