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TOPICS: Benjamin Franklin as moral lawgiver, what is inflation and why it’s bad, and the life and work of William Butler Yeats
With the recent release of a PBS documentary on Benjamin Franklin, host Scot Bertram continues his discussion with Kevin Slack, Associate Professor of Politics at Hillsdale, about Franklin as moral lawgiver. Nathan Lewis, co-author with Steve Forbes and Elizabeth Ames of the new book INFLATION: WHAT IT IS, WHY IT’S BAD, AND HOW TO FIX IT, stops by to talk about those exact things. And Elizabeth Fredericks, assistant professor of English at Hillsdale, returns for her occasional series on modern Irish poetry, this time examining the life and work of Wiliam Butler Yeats.
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