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  • Interview with Robert Lawson
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    Interview with Robert Lawson

    Robert Lawson, professor of economics at SMU, discussed his book, Socialism Sucks: Two Economists Drink Their Way Through the Unfree World.

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  • emWhy You Should be a Socialistem
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    Why You Should be a Socialist

    Current Affairs editor in chief Nathan Robinson looked at socialism in the 21st century.

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  • Amity Shlaes Discusses emGreat Societyem
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    Great Society

    Amity Shlaes talked about her book, Great Society: A New History of the 1960s in America, in which she compared the economic debates of the 1960s to those happening in present-day times.…

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  • Planning for the Postwar Economy
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    Planning for the Postwar Economy

    Historians discussed two wartime efforts to plan for the post-World War II economy: the 1944 Bretton Woods Conference and the 1945 proposal put forth by U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Morganthau…

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  • Job Creation and Economic Opportunities
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    Job Creation and Economic Opportunities

    The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee held a hearing on the Economic Development Administration, which makes investments in economically distressed communities to create jobs and economic growth.…

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  • Joint Economic Hearing on the Cost of Raising a Family
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    Joint Economic Hearing on the Cost of Raising a Family

    The Joint Economic Committee convened a hearing to examine the high costs of raising a family. Social policy experts gave recommendations on what lawmakers could do to lessen some of these…

    625 views
  • Climate Change and the Economy
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    Climate Change and the Economy

    The House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on the Environment held a hearing on the economic effects of climate change. This was the fifth hearing from House Oversight in a series on…

    398 views
  • Washington Journal Karl Smith Discusses 2020 Tax Changes
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    Karl Smith on 2020 Tax Changes

    Karl Smith of the Tax Foundation talked about changes in tax law that could affect 2020 taxes. The Tax Foundation is a nonpartisan organization that advises on tax reform and helps score…

    443 views
  • Washington Journal Stephen Moore Discusses the Economy  Campaign 2020
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    Stephen Moore on the Economy and Campaign 2020

    Stephen Moore talked about the Trump administration’s economic record and how it could impact the 2020 election. He spoke via video link from Chicago.

    542 views
  • After Words with Senator Rand Paul
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    After Words with Senator Rand Paul

    Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) talked about his book, The Case Against Socialism, in which he discussed the history of socialism and argued that there is a new threat of socialist ideology on the…

    186,436 views
  • Sanctions Policy
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    Sanctions Policy

    Former Treasury and Defense Department officials discussed sanctions policy at an event hosted by the Center for a New American Security. They analyzed sanctions policy toward Iran, Turkey,…

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  • Financial Stability and the Economy
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    Financial Stability and the Economy

    Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin testified before the House Financial Services Committee about risks to financial stability and the U.S. economy. In his opening statement, Secretary…

    1,954 views
  • PBS NewsHour and Politico Democratic Debate
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    PBS NewsHour and Politico Democratic Debate

    2020 Democratic presidential candidates participated in the PBS NewsHour and Politico Democratic Debate in Los Angeles. Candidates included Joe Biden, Tom Steyer, Andrew Yang, Pete…

    1,144 views
  • Federal Reserve Chair Says No Rate Change
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    Interest Rates and the Economy

    Federal Reserve Chair Powell announced interest rates would remain unchanged. “As always, we based our decision on how best to achieve our goals Congress has given us: maximum employment and…

    316 views
  • Socialist Party and Victor Berger
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    Socialist Party and Victor Berger

    The Socialist Party in America started in Milwaukee in 1897. Kevin Abing, archivist at the Milwaukee County Historical Society, discussed why the movement took hold in the city and how Victor Berger became…

    266 views
  • President Trump Reacts to Deadly Shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola
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    White House Small Business Roundtable

    President Trump held a roundtable discussion on small businesses and reducing regulations. The president and administration officials talked about the November 2019 jobs numbers and the economy.…

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  • Washington Journal News Headlines and Viewer Calls
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    Open Phones

    Viewers commented on the question, “Are you optimistic about the U.S. economy?”

    557 views
  • Washington Journal Grover Norquist Discusses GOP Tax Cuts
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    Grover Norquist on Economic Impact of Republican Tax Cuts

    Americans for Tax Reform’s Grover Norquist discussed the economic impact of Republican tax cuts.

    796 views
  • Washington Journal Dale Moore Discusses Farm Bankruptcies
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    Dale Moore on Farm Bankruptcies

    American Farm Bureau Federation executive vice president Dale Moore discussed farm bankruptcies and other issues impacting farmers.

    444 views
  • Brookings Institution Forum on Inflation and Monetary Policy Part 3
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    Brookings Institution Forum on Inflation and Monetary Policy, Part 3

    During this portion of a Brookings Institution forum on the impact of inflation on monetary policy, participants gave a broad view of the implications that the labor market, inflation…

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