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McCloskey and Horwitz on Women, Markets, and Liberty

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Well, mostly McCloskey. This is the full recording of the inaugural Madam C. J. Walker Colloquium in Political Economy at Ball State University, sponsored by the BSU Institute for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise. Deirdre and I wandered over a lot of territory in the nominal topic of "Women, Markets, and Liberty" in the first hour, and we got some excellent questions from the attendees. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did.  [embedded content]

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Well, mostly McCloskey. This is the full recording of the inaugural Madam C. J. Walker Colloquium in Political Economy at Ball State University, sponsored by the BSU Institute for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise. Deirdre and I wandered over a lot of territory in the nominal topic of "Women, Markets, and Liberty" in the first hour, and we got some excellent questions from the attendees. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did. 

Steve Horwitz
Steven "Steve" Horwitz (born 7 February 1964) is an American economist of the Austrian School. Horwitz was born in Detroit, Michigan to Ronald and Carol Horwitz. He was raised in Oak Park, Michigan and graduated from Berkley High School in Berkley, Michigan in 1981. He graduated cum laude with an A.B. in Economics and Philosophy from the University of Michigan in 1985, where he was also active with several libertarian student groups and where he wrote and performed with the Sunday Funnies/Comedy Company sketch comedy group.

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