Advice to Presidential Candidates from Classical Economist Frederic Bastiat
Frederic Chopin on 5000 Zlotych 1988 Banknote from Poland. Polish composer and virtuoso pianist.

Advice to Presidential Candidates from Classical Economist Frederic Bastiat

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We visit with the President Emeritus of the Foundation for Economic Education, Larry Reed, about the genius of 19th century economist Frederic Bastiat and the type of advice he might give to our current presidential candidates. We also discuss the congressional agenda this Fall with former Barron’s Washington Bureau Chief and author of “Follow the Leader: Murder and Mayhem on Capitol Hill”, Jim McTague.

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