An Agenda to Save America's Dying Cities
The CATO Institute brought together economists and urban scholars to speak on proposals to aid American cities, and initiatives to address… read more
The CATO Institute brought together economists and urban scholars to speak on proposals to aid American cities, and initiatives to address the problems of cities including the increasing burden of social programs and urban crime. The speakers responded to questions from the audience following their prepared remarks. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- William A. Niskanen Chairman Cato Institute
- Walter E. Williams Distinguished Professor George Mason University->Economics Department
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