Presidential Elections and Third-Party Candidates
Cato Institute research fellows and policy analysts debated the question, “Should Libertarians vote?” Speakers from both sides of the argument also discussed how to promote Libertarian ideas.
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Trevor Burrus Research Fellow Cato Institute->Center for Constitutional Studies
Michael F. Cannon Director Cato Institute->Health Policy Studies
Jim Harper Senior Fellow Cato Institute
Jason Kuznicki Research Fellow and Managing Editor Cato Institute->Cato Unbound
Aaron Ross Powell Research Fellow Cato Institute
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