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Socialism vs. Capitalism: My Debate with John Marsh

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Here’s the video for my Socialism vs. Capitalism debate with John Marsh.  (Not to be confused with my earlier debate on the same topic with Elizabeth Bruenig).  Marsh is an English professor at Penn State, but I’d say his knowledge of social science favorably compares to most tenured professors in the social sciences.  (And he’s fun to talk literature with as well!)  Here‘s an earlier exchange the two of us had on education and poverty. [embedded content] Overall, I consider this one of the best debates I’ve been a part of, largely because Marsh is so reasonable and we actually find some common ground.

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Here’s the video for my Socialism vs. Capitalism debate with John Marsh.  (Not to be confused with my earlier debate on the same topic with Elizabeth Bruenig).  Marsh is an English professor at Penn State, but I’d say his knowledge of social science favorably compares to most tenured professors in the social sciences.  (And he’s fun to talk literature with as well!)  Here‘s an earlier exchange the two of us had on education and poverty.

Overall, I consider this one of the best debates I’ve been a part of, largely because Marsh is so reasonable and we actually find some common ground.

Bryan Caplan
Bryan Caplan is Professor of Economics at George Mason University and Senior Scholar at the Mercatus Center. He has published in the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, the American Economic Review, the Economic Journal, the Journal of Law and Economics, and Intelligence, and has appeared on 20/20, FoxNews, and C-SPAN. Bryan Caplan blogs on EconLog.

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