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Recorded: Friday, March 7, 2014
Senior Fellow Randy T. Simmons, co-editor of
, looks at the battles over water in the western United States. Thirsty citizens of growing cities, farmers, factories and environmentalists are in a fight for a natural resource that is priced arbitrarily. Its value is determined not by the free market, but by bureaucrats. Outdated government reclamation projects and water policies have put residents of the Golden State at the mercy of the weather, and of government's mandatory regulations.
Experts: Randy T. Simmons Type: Independent Institute TV Issues: Business, Economic Policy, Environment, Land Use, Political Ideology and Philosophy
Beyond Politics: How to Think about Government Failure
Recorded: Sunday, February 10, 2013
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Senior Fellow Randy Simmons interviewed by Richard Reinsch of
Liberty Law Talk on his new Independent Institute book
Beyond Politics: The Roots of Government Failure
Experts: Randy T. Simmons Type: Radio Issues: Economic Policy, Free Market Economics, Political Ideology and Philosophy
Randy T. Simmons on Public Goods and Market Failures
2012 Summer Seminar for College Students
Recorded: Tuesday, July 31, 2012
This presentation is from our 2012 Challenge of Liberty Summer Seminar for college students, which was held from July 30 to August 3, 2012, at Notre Dame de Namur University, Belmont, California.
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Experts: Randy T. Simmons Type: Independent Institute Event Issues: Economic Policy, Free Market Economics
Dominick T. Armentano on Antitrust and Monopoly
Recorded: Wednesday, July 13, 1983
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Dominick T. Armentano speaks with congressman Ron Paul and host Roger Ream in this vintage 1983 video clip about antitrust and monopoly in America.
Experts: Dominick T. Armentano Type: Other Event Issues: Antitrust, Competition, and Monopoly, Business, Religion