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    The Privatization of Everything

    Donald Cohen, co-founder of In the Public Interest, talked about the privatization of public goods in the United States since the 1980s. This event was hosted by Books and Books in Coral…

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    After Words with Steve Forbes

    Forbes Media chairman Steve Forbes offered his thoughts on what’s causing inflation in the U.S. and how to fix it. He was interviewed by New York Times economics reporter Jeanna Smialek.…

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    In Depth with Lawrence Kudlow

    Author and Fox Business host Larry Kudlow joined Book TV to talk and take calls about Wall Street, the U.S. economy, and taxes. Mr. Kudlow’s books include American Abundance and JFK and the…

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    Author Discussion on Women in Business and Politics

    Mary Matalin ("Love & War"), Katherine Gehl ("The Politics Industry"), and Tania Tetlow, president of Loyola University New Orleans, talked about the success and challenges that women have…

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    Seed Money

    The chemical company Monsanto was founded in Missouri at beginning of the 20th century, and is best known for its bioengineered seeds and herbicide Round-Up. Ohio State University business…

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    The Founders

    Jimmy Soni reported on the creation of the online financial transaction company Paypal and its initial investors, who included Elon Musk and Peter Thiel. This was a virtual program hosted…

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    Wallet Activism

    Former Democratic consultant Tanja Hester offered her thoughts on how Americans can support values important to them through the ways in which they spend, earn and save their money. Books…

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    There's No Free Lunch

    David Bahnsen, founder and CIO of a private wealth management firm, argued that the U.S. free enterprise system is being threatened by socialists and progressives. This event was hosted by…

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    God, Human, Animal, Machine

    Essayist Meghan O’Gieblyn asked what it means to be human in an age of rising technology and artificial intelligence. She spoke at the Wisconsin Book Festival in Madison.

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    The Age of AI

    Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and former Google CEO Eric Schmidt talked about artificial intelligence and the way it is transforming our society. This virtual event was hosted…

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    System Error

    Stanford University’s Rob Reich, director of the Center for Ethics in Society, engineering professor Mehran Sahami, and political science professor Jeremy Weinstein discussed how big bech’s…

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    After Words with Glenn Hubbard

    George W. Bush Council of Economic Advisers chair Glenn Hubbard argued that government and business will need to invest more in American workers to offset job losses due to technology…

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    Gangsters of Capitalism

    Author Jonathan Katz provided a history of American expansionism through the military career of Smedley Butler, “the Fighting Quaker,” who served in all major U.S.-involved battles from the…

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    American Hemp Farmer

    Journalist Doug Fine discussed his experiences as an independent hemp farmer and entrepreneur. This event was part of the Acres USA Eco-Ag Conference and Trade Show held in Covington,…

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    Bettering Humanomics

    Economic historian Deirdre McCloskey, author of Bettering Humanomics," argued for a new kind of economics that focuses on science and a better understanding of human action.

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    Flying Blind

    Bloomberg investigative journalist Peter Robison provided a behind-the-scenes look at Boeing and the 2018 and 2019 crashes of the Boeing 737 Max which killed 346 people. Town Hall Seattle…

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    Nothing Is Impossible

    Ted Osius, former U.S. ambassador to Vietnam (2014-2017), talked about the reconciliation process, started in the 1990s, between the U.S. and Vietnam. This event was hosted by George…

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    Risk

    Retired four-star Army general Stanley McChrystal discussed how organizations in government and the private sector can mitigate risk in the digital world. This virtual event was hosted by…

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    The War on Small Business

    Former investment banker Carol Roth argued that government bureaucrats used the COVID*19 pandemic to crush small businesses and make Wall Street richer. This virtual event was hosted by the…

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    Franchise

    Georgetown University Professor Marcia Chatelain talked about her Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Franchise, which examines the role that fast food franchises have played in African American…

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