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Lawrence Reed, President of FEE, was recently interviewed on the RJ Moeller Show. In this episode, Lawrence shares his thoughts with Mr. Moeller about his experiences in journalism, what it’s like to run a think tank, and why Adam Smith matters to today’s younger generation.
Sheldon Richman recently appeared on Heartland Audio to talk about his Freeman article, “Where Free-Market Economists Go Wrong.” The market isn’t free, says Sheldon Richman. It’s corporatist. He offers thoughts on how defenders of free markets could do more to point out this problem ...
Lawrence Reed, President of FEE, recently appeared on the Young Wealth Show with Jason Hartman. In this episode, Jason talks with Lawrence Reed about economic issues, briefly discussing some of the policies of Grover Cleveland that were designed for the people rather than for the government, the entrepreneurial ...
FEE President Lawrence W. Reed had an interview on The Mike Slater Show on Thursday, January 19. Lawrence and Mike spoke about common economic fallacies, especially fallacies dealing with free trade. This is a great 25 minute interview that you don’t want to miss! Listen to Lawrence Reed’s ...
FEE president Lawrence W. Reed discusses the economics of gas price on The Score radio show. The interview focuses on factors that affect consumer prices, in particular gas prices, such as government intervention on the market through regulation and monetary policy of quantitative easing. Often ignored, ...
As a guest on the Mandy Connell Radio Show, FEE President Lawrence W. Reed spoke about the causes of the Great Depression and the historic lessons that should have been learned. He built a compelling argument that not the market, but rather interventionist monetary and trade policies helped create, and ...
FEE President Lawrence W. Reed was interviewed by Common Sense Radio in Vermont on the principles for sound public policy. During the interview, Mr. Reed not only explained in detail how government intervention is detrimental to the well-being of the individual, but also built an argument for the moral ...
Last Sunday FEE President Lawrence W. Reed was a guest of the radio show “Butler on Business”. Themed “Why Freedom is Good,” the 20 minute interview focused on free markets and private property, as well as the important intersection between free society and moral character. Lawrence ...
Sheldon Richman lectures to students attending History and Liberty in Irvington, NY in 2008.
As a guest of the Cato Institute’s Daily podcast, FEE president Lawrence Reed talked about the importance of economic education as an indispensable part to a free society. Total: 6 min.
FEE president Lawrence Reed was a guest of the Just Facts Radio Show, the newly launched initiative of JustFacts.com. The interview focuses on economic fallacies about federal spending, and offers historic overview of the real causes of The Great Depression, some of which can be observed today. Total: 65 min.
Lawrence Reed was a guest of The Bob Harden Show – 98.9 WGUF Naples where he talked about his latest column in The Freeman “Confessions of a Secret Marxist“. Providing interesting insight on Karl Marx’s life and socialism, Mr. Reed also shared with the audience his sympathy to ...
FEE President Lawrence W. Reed spoke to supporters attending an Evening at FEE in Irvington on August 7, 2010.
The Austrian theory of the business cycle presented to students attending the Introduction to Austrian Economics seminar by Professor Paul Cwik. The Power Point presentation of the lecture — Business Cycles 2010.
The Freeman and The FreemanOnline.org editor Sheldon Richman discusses racial discrimination, the role of government and the libertarian view.
On July 9, 2010 at the FreedomFest Conference in Las Vegas (www.freedomfest.com), FEE president Lawrence W. Reed debated University of Nevada-Las Vegas economist Bernard Malamud on the subject of the New Deal policies of Franklin Roosevelt. This is a video recording of that 50-minute debate.
Dr. Robert Higgs speaks to students attending the History and Liberty seminar about the government expansion that imposes limits on individual liberty and economic opportunities.
The history of ideas is the topic of this lecture by Tom G. Palmer, which he delivered to students at the History and Liberty seminar. Knowing the history of ideas helps to understand ideas claims Tom G. Palmer.
Tom G. Palmer speaks to students attending History and Liberty seminar on the historic importance of limited government, private property rights and free trade for sustainable economic growth and prosperity.
In this lecture David Hart from Liberty Fund traces the historic development of the classical liberal ideas.
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