Mark Zupan talked about his book Inside Job: How Government Insiders Subvert the Public Interest, in which he argues that government insiders, such as elected officials, bureaucrats, and public employees, are using their power to subvert the public interest. He said that this kind of corruption has brought down governments in the past and threatens to bring down countries like the U.S. and China today. close
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Emily Ekins Director Cato Institute->Polling
Jonathan Rauch Senior Fellow Brookings Institution->Governance Studies Program
Mark Zupan President Alfred University
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Q&A with Mark Green, Part 2
Mark Green talked about his book, Bright, Infinite Future: A Generational Memoir on the Progressive Rise. This is the…
Q&A with Mark Green, Part 1
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The Insiders Point of View
Participants spoke about personal character and public life. They talked about their personal experiences in political…
Mr. Evans discussed his role as an elected official and responded to callers' questions.