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Anarchy vs.
Limited Government.
From the radio show,
August 21, 2004
How much government?

 

 

How much government?
Free Market
News Network
June 25, 2004
Jim Sorenson's interview with Harry Browne
on many subjects
Third-Party Politics

 

 

Third-Party Politics
Free Market
News Network
April 15, 2004
Jim Sorenson's interview with Harry Browne
on America's misguided foreign policy
Bush's Tap Dance

 

 

Bush's Tap Dance

From the radio show
January 17, 2004

Is war necessary?

 

Is war necessary?

From the radio show
January 10, 2004

No need to argue over how much government is the right amount. All we need to know is that what we have today is much too much.

How much government? How much government?

From the radio show,
June 7, 2003

Too many otherwise-libertarian people think the government will give them what they want if it tries to restrict immigration. Here's how they'll be disappointed. (16:06)

 
The Immigration Scam The Immigration Scam
From the radio show, June 7, 2003

When the reformers get their way and end the low-wage jobs overseas, what will the out-of-work employees do? (1:50)

 
Protesting Lower Wages Overseas Protesting Lower Wages Overseas
From the radio show, June 7, 2003

Too many investors have an entitlement philosophy, and won't take responsibility for their own safety. (2:06)

 
Comments on Insider Trading & Investing Comments on Insider Trading & Investing
From the radio show, May 24, 2003

Today's economic stagnation was caused many years ago, and is not likely to be cured by rearranging the tax code or spending more taxpayer money. (14:38)

 
Why the Economy Is in the Tank Why the Economy Is in the Tank
From the radio show, May 24, 2003

Why government programs never get eliminated, and what it will take to overcome this. (6:33)

 
How Government Will Be Reduced How Government Will Be Reduced
From the radio show, February 16, 2003

Contrary to the old cliché, war is not good for the economy, for business, or the stock market. Here is why. (2:39)

 
War Is Not Good for Business War Is Not Good for Business
From the radio show, February 16, 2003

The hawks try to explain away European opposition as cowardly or commercially motivated. There's a much more important reason that Europeans look at war differently from the way Americans do. (10:14)

 
Why Europeans Oppose the War Why Europeans Oppose the War
From the radio show, January 12, 2003

Americans have no understanding of the history of the Muslim world, so they think they can walk into the Middle East and make everything okay. They can't.
(6:35)

 
The Thousand Year War in the Middle East The Thousand Year War in the Middle East
From the radio show, January 5, 2003

Why it is so dangerous to give power to politicians for any purpose — good or bad.
(4:54)

 
The Problem of Power The Problem of Power
From the radio show, October 27, 2002

What the Statue of Liberty stood for, why the French people donated it with their own money, and how we have forsaken it for "national greatness" that doesn't exist.
(2:14)

 
The Statue of Liberty Anniversary The Statue of Liberty Anniversary
C-SPAN, October 11, 2000

An interview one month before the 2000 election. A variety of issues are covered, and callers ask questions.
(61:55)

 
Washington Journal interview Washington Journal interview
Detroit television station, October 1, 2000

If you're a candidate or speaking out publicly on libertarian issues, please pay special attention to this interview. It demonstrates how you need to approach such an event in order to promote libertarian issues: (1) Focus on a few key issues and keep coming back to them; (2) Couch those issues in terms of personal benefits to the listener; (3) Be brief and to the point; and (4) Practice, practice, practice. 
(15:10) 

 
Interview with Chuck Stokes Interview with Chuck Stokes

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