How the Force Can Fix the World
Stephen Kent, creator of “Beltway Banthas,” a Star Wars podcast, talked about the social, economic, and political lessons from the Star… read more
Stephen Kent, creator of “Beltway Banthas,” a Star Wars podcast, talked about the social, economic, and political lessons from the Star Wars movies. This interview was conducted at FreedomFest, an annual libertarian conference held this year in Las Vegas. close
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