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  • emSpace Capitalismem
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    Space Capitalism

    Loyola University economics professor Walter Block discussed his book, Space Capitalism: How Humans Will Colonize Planets, Moons, and Asteroids.

    684 views
  • emCollusionem
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    Collusion

    Former Wall Street executive Nomi Prins offered her thoughts on the power and influence of the world’s central bankers.

    1,039 views
  • emRethinking Americas Highwaysem
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    Rethinking America's Highways

    Book TV interviewed Robert Poole of the Reason Foundation about his book, Rethinking America’s Highways.

    634 views
  • emBullshit Jobsem
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    Bullshit Jobs

    David Graeber talked about jobs that he says qualify as employment but are pointless and unnecessary.

    1,213 views
  • Discussion on the Middle Class
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    Discussion on the Middle Class

    An author discussion on the middle class in America from the 2018 Brooklyn Book Festival.

    537 views
  • emLife After Googleem
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    Life After Google

    George Gilder talked about his latest book, Life After Google: The Fall of Big Data and the Rise of the Blockchain Economy.

    825 views
  • emThe Flightem
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    The Flight

    Dan Hampton talked about his book The Flight: Charles Lindbergh’s Daring and Immortal 1927 Transatlantic Crossing, in which he reports on Charles Lindbergh’s trans-Atlantic flight from New York to…

    873 views
  • emShtshowem
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    Sh*tshow

    Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Charlie LeDuff recounted his journey across the U.S. reporting on economic conditions and the political climate in the country.

    1,694 views
  • emNoncompliantem
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    Noncompliant

    Carmen Segarra discussed her time working with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and regulating Goldman Sachs.

    625 views
  • emThe Challenge Cultureem
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    The Challenge Culture

    Nigel Travis, CEO and chair of Dunkin Brands, offered his thoughts on how companies can stay relevant by asking their workers to challenge the status quo.

    413 views
  • emBreak Em Upem
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    Break 'Em Up

    Zephyr Teachout looked at corporate mergers and argued that the concentration of business wealth needs to be stopped.

    292 views
  • emMy Fathers Businessem
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    My Father's Business

    Dollar General CEO Cal Turner, Jr. detailed the rise of his family’s retail business.

    806 views
  • emPlane Crashem
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    Plane Crash

    George Bibel looked at the mechanical and human failures that lead to plane crashes, as well as the role in public safety of the National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal…

    548 views
  • Washington Journal News Headlines and Viewer Calls
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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewer calls and social media comments on the question, “What was the impact on your paycheck of the tax cut passed at the end of 2017?”

    540 views
  • After Words with Chris Hughes
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    After Words with Chris Hughes

    Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes discussed his plan to reduce poverty and strengthen the middle class by offering working people a guaranteed income paid for by the one percent. He is…

    1,077 views
  • Open Phones with Tim OReilly
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    Open Phones with Tim O'Reilly

    Tim O’Reilly, founder and CEO of O’Reilly Media, took viewer phone calls about technology and the economy at the 23rd annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.

    267 views
  • Author Discussion on Labor
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    Author Discussion on Labor

    A discussion on labor from the 23rd annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books that featured Susan Marquis, I Am Not a Tractor!; Rick Wartzman, The End of Loyalty: The Rise and Fall of Good Jobs in…

    235 views
  • emBehemothem
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    Behemoth

    Joshua Freeman, history professor at Queens College, examined how the onset of factory production impacted the world’s social, economic, and political norms.

    756 views
  • emThe Spider Networkem
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    The Spider Network

    New York Times finance editor David Enrich reported on a financial scam by a group of bankers, brokers, and traders that impacted millions of people with mortgages, student loans, auto…

    988 views
  • emYou Dont Own Meem
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    You Don't Own Me

    University of San Diego law professor Orly Lobel examined the arguments over creativity and intellectual property.

    873 views
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