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Jeffrey Hummel, professor of economics at San Jose State University, talks about the release of the 2nd edition of his book - "Emancipating Slaves, Enslaving Free Men: A History of the American Civil War."

Direct download: Hummel_Podcast.mp3
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Historian Kevin Gutzman talks about his most recent book, James Madison and the Making of America.

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George Mason University Economist and Philosopher Erik Angner talks about behavorial economics.

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Historian and cultural critic Thaddeus Russell talks about his book - A Renengade History of the United States. www.kosmosonline.org

Direct download: Russell_Podcast_10-11-13.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:39pm EDT

IHS Program officer Phil Magness interviews Towson University Economics Professor Howard Baetjer Jr about this latest book - Free our Markets: A Citizens' Guide to Essential Economics. www.kosmosonline.org.

Direct download: Baetjer_Podcast_-_Final_Cut.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:34pm EDT

Dr. Phil Magness interviews Kevin Currie-Knight on the topic of his dissertation - dealing specifically with the thoughts and prescriptions of prominent 20th century market libertarians for education policy, featuring among others Milton Friedman, Ayn Rand, and Murray Rothbard. Kevin is a fourth year PhD student at the University of Delaware, and a graduate assistant at the UD Center for Assessment of Teaching and Learning, assisting graduate students and faculty with developing and maintaining e-portfolios.

Direct download: Currie-Knight_podcast.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:11pm EDT

Bruce Yandle published his original paper, "Bootleggers and Baptists" in 1983. Looking back on the last 30 years and this important theory of regulation Dr. Yandle was gracious enough to talk with IHS Economics Program Officer Mario Villarreal-Diaz about the legacy of this theory, it's current applications, and to share encouraging words for young classical liberal scholars in their research today. 

For more podcasts and intellectual and career resources for libertarian scholars visit http://www.kosmosonline.org

Direct download: Yandle_Bootleggers_Baptists.mp3
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In this Kosmos Online Podcast, IHS Philosophy Program Officer Bill Glod interviews Glen Whitman of California Statue University, Northridge and www.agoraphilia.blogspot.com. They discuss Dr. Whitman's current work on "nudge," otherwise known as "libertarian" or "new paternalism" within the broader scope of behavorial economics and the implications of these trends for liberty. 

Direct download: Whitman.Glen-NudgeNewPaternalism.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:01pm EDT

In this Kosmos Online podcast, IHS philosophy program officer Bill Glod interviews Georgetown professor Jason Brennan on his new book "Libertarianism: What Everyone Needs to Know." Apologies for the background noise in the recording. 

Visit www.kosmosonline.org for more podcasts with libertarian scholars, opportunities, and career advice for classical liberal scholars. 

Direct download: BrennanLibertarianism.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:07pm EDT

IHS History Program Officer Dr. Phil Magness interviews Professor Nick Buccola on his recent book The Political Thought of Frederick Douglass: In Pursuit of American Liberty. They discuss the origins of Dr. Buccola's project, Douglass' philosophical influences, classical liberalism and anti-slavery, and of course, Abraham Lincoln.

For more podcasts on classical liberalism and career advice for academics, visit www.kosmosonline.org

Direct download: Buccola-FrederickDouglassPhilMagness.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:15pm EDT