In this very special episode, Steve Hayward gets an origin story out of Charles Murray, surveying the sweep of his life from childhood in Iowa through Harvard, the Peace Corps in Asia, and evaluating social programs in the 1970s where his growing doubts and misgivings started him on the road to his many pathbreaking books. Along the way, Steve and Charles also talk about NASA and the Apollo program, which Charles and his wife Catherine also wrote a fine book about.

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  1. Mister Dog Coolidge
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    Thanks guys, very interesting interview. And I just ordered the Apollo book too. Who knew about that?

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  2. Matt Bartle Member
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    Really enjoyed this one. And I didn’t know about the Apollo book, either.

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  3. angelasg Coolidge
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    I really enjoyed this interview.

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