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Jessica Flanigan’s “Hayek Lecture” at Duke

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Uncategorized With thanks to Jonathan Anomaly for (as always) doing all the actual work and making all the important arrangements.  Thanks also to Bruce Caldwell, for doing the Hayek Lecture Series through H.O.P.E. Prof. Jessica Flanigan of U of Richmond, giving the final Hayek Lecture of the year….

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With thanks to Jonathan Anomaly for (as always) doing all the actual work and making all the important arrangements.  Thanks also to Bruce Caldwell, for doing the Hayek Lecture Series through H.O.P.E.

Prof. Jessica Flanigan of U of Richmond, giving the final Hayek Lecture of the year….

Jessica Flanigan’s “Hayek Lecture” at Duke

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Munger has made education a centerpiece of his gubernatorial campaign, saying that allowing more charter schools is the first thing he would do: "Rich people have choices now. I want everyone to have a choice." He would give $1,500 education vouchers to low-income students in the poorest 40 counties of North Carolina; since most would stay in public school, this would have the effect of increasing aid to poor schools.

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