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Last week, Cato hosted a conference with ISI for Templeton Enterprise Award winners. Full audio and video are available from the Cato website. Don't miss Thomas Woods, one of the smartest and most articulate historians I've ever met, and if you've still got some spare time, you can even check out my talk, which starts about twenty minutes in.


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The author at Acton Institute PowerBlog in a related article titled Virtue and Freedom in a Culture of Enterprise writes:
    Last week I participated in the inaugural “Culture of Enterprise in an Age of Globalization” symposium at the Cato Institute. The event, co-sponsored by Cato and the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, is part of an ambitious new program that a [Tracked on April 3, 2007 1:49 PM]
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TGGP writes:

Thomas Woods' "Politically Incorrect Guide to American History" (buy a copy for a middle or high school kid) is great stuff, if rather light. It's too bad Regnery's later P.I.G books put it in such bad company.

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