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Getting Caught Up on Bob Murphy Show Episodes

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Here they are: Ep 183 features Ben Powell talking about his new book on the (alleged) loss of political liberty from excessive immigration. Audio here, video below: [embedded content] Episode 184 is me solo, talking about the work of Gene Sharp on nonviolent solutions to social problems. Episode 185 is my interview with Dr. Keith Smith, on the scam in medical pricing and how to fix it. Audio here, video below: [embedded content] Episode 186 is my solo discussion of what happened with the Texas power grid in February. Episode 187 is my interview with Gary Wolfram, who was my professor and then colleague during my two stints at Hillsdale College. Audio here, video below: [embedded content]

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Here they are:

Ep 183 features Ben Powell talking about his new book on the (alleged) loss of political liberty from excessive immigration. Audio here, video below:

Episode 184 is me solo, talking about the work of Gene Sharp on nonviolent solutions to social problems.

Episode 185 is my interview with Dr. Keith Smith, on the scam in medical pricing and how to fix it. Audio here, video below:

Episode 186 is my solo discussion of what happened with the Texas power grid in February.

Episode 187 is my interview with Gary Wolfram, who was my professor and then colleague during my two stints at Hillsdale College. Audio here, video below:

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Christian, Austrian economist, and libertarian theorist. Research Prof at Texas Tech and author of *Choice*. Paul Krugman's worst nightmare.

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