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Revisit the ideas on free markets Nobel Laureate Economist Milton Friedman espoused in his 1980 PBS series and bestselling book, Free to Choose. This series of lively discussions and debates on Friedman's still-provocative ideas is hosted by veteran journalist Emily Rooney. Each program features a distinguished panel of 2 Friedman advocates and 2 challengers, including Walter Williams and others.
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"Free or Equal" revisits Nobel Economist Milton Friedman's ideas on the struggle between freedom and equality. Hosted by author and scholar Johan Norberg, who says, "Hong Kong had no prospects or natural resources. Almost by accident it was given economic freedom. To Friedman, this was the perfect natural experiment to test his theory about free markets." The results? Incredible opportunity.
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Four investigative reports, shot on location in Greece, Brussels, California and Washington DC, highlight this in depth examination of Europe’s current debt crisis and its connection to the U.S. economy. Narrated by Swedish author Johan Norberg, and George Mason University professor, Don Boudreaux, the investigative reports ask: “Where did Europe go wrong” and “is the United States now repeating the same mistakes?” In a conference center and restaurant in Malmo, Sweden young thinkers from around the world react to the presentations. Their age makes them inheritors of the problems and the solutions around the corner.
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Each year, the Fraser Institute of Vancouver, Canada, releases its Economic Freedom of the World Annual Report (EFWR). This program is based on the findings of the 2012 report and reveals, in personal and dramatic terms, the impact of increased economic freedom on the lives of ordinary citizens across the globe.
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Presented by the award-winning author and property-rights activist Hernando de Soto, this public television special presents, for the first time, the basic human and economic events that led to the Arab uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa.
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Walter Williams: Suffer No Fools is an engaging portrait of the iconoclastic black American author, educator, and syndicated columnist, whose views on race and economics have made him one of the nation’s most original, provocative, and often controversial voices.
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As developing countries escape poverty and march toward prosperity and better lives, more people than ever are using energy--to power their homes, schools, hospitals, and businesses, and connect to the global economy. But how will we provide more energy while still protecting our environment?
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India is coming alive and flourishing economically. For many centuries, only the politically connected and elite prospered in India, while the rest of the population lived in poverty. However, since 1991, 250 million people have been lifted out of poverty and are finding new ways to flex their personal and economic power.
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Swedish author, commentator and Cato Senior Fellow Johan Norberg explores Adam Smith’s life, his ideas about morality and economics, and how the concepts he discussed in his books and lectures are still relevant today.
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