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David Beito on the 1930s Tax Revolt
Recorded: Monday, April 18, 2011
David Beito, Research Fellow at the Independent Institute, discusses an episode in the 1930s in which many Americans initiated a series of strikes and revolts against rising property taxes.
Experts: David T. Beito Type: Television Issues: Economic History and Development (U.S.), History (U.S), Taxes
Emily Skarbek on Rejection of Goolsbee Claim
Recorded: Friday, January 14, 2011
Emily Skarbek on International PressTV explains why the failure of the U.S. government in raising the debt ceiling is not "catastrophic" as President Barack Obama's chief economic advisor Austan Goolsbee claims.
Experts: Emily C. Skarbek Type: Television Issues: Fiscal Policy/Debt
Richard Vedder on the National Debt Crisis
Recorded: Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Richard Vedder on PressTV explains why the U.S. government has done little to reduce a national debt that is approaching its current ceiling of $14.3 trillion.
Experts: Richard K. Vedder Type: Television Issues: Fiscal Policy/Debt
Alex Tabarrok on Economic Growth and Innovation
Recorded: Thursday, December 16, 2010
Originally aired on 12/16/10 on Reckoning America. Alex Tabarrok talks about the global economy and how the story of economic growth is rapidly changing.
Experts: Alexander Tabarrok Type: Television Issues: Economic History and Development (International), Economic History and Development (U.S.), Trade
Ivan Eland on Pentagons Faux Budget Cuts
Recorded: Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Ivan Eland on Russia Today discusses why cuts to the U.S. military budget are unlikely to happen, given how the defense industry is closely tied to campaign funding for politicians.
Experts: Ivan Eland Type: Television Issues: Defense and Foreign Policy, Fiscal Policy/Debt