Book Discussion on What Price Fame?
Mr. Cowen talked about his book What Price Fame?, published by Harvard University Press. The book examines how fame is produced,… read more
Mr. Cowen talked about his book What Price Fame?, published by Harvard University Press. The book examines how fame is produced, outlines the principles that govern who becomes famous and why, and discusses whether fame-seeking behavior harmonizes individual and social interests or degrades culture. Mr. Pinkerton added his comments on the subject. They then responded to audience questions. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- David Boaz Executive Vice President Cato Institute
- Tyler Cowen Professor George Mason University->Political Economy
- James "Jim" P. Pinkerton Columnist Newsday
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