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HumanProgress.org 10h
In the early 1900s, with no safe or effective measures to clean their drinking water, city water suppliers often became unwitting disseminators of an array of diseases, including cholera, dysentery and typhoid. Enter Wolman and Enslow…
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Cato On Campus 9h
Legal Associate for the & former , , delves into policy issues surrounding the and the gun debate. Apply for fall by June 27!
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"We didn't choose to come here. But, we're thankful that our parents brought us here,” says Fernanda Lima, a Dreamer and DACA recipient who came to the U.S. when she was 4-years-old
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Liberty Chronicles Apr 23
*NEW* VP of joins us for the first part of a 2-part discussion that explores early American foreign policy, an integral part to his new book; Peace, War, and Liberty, which is hitting shelves on April 30, 2019!
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David Bier Apr 19
To Become an American, Prove You Haven’t Smoked Pot via
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Neal McCluskey Apr 22
This seems pretty minor compared to 's new proposal to essentially socialize all college costs, recent-past & present, but ICYMI PLUS should go
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Cato Daily Podcast 5h
Former Obama Administration White House Counsel Bob Bauer believes impeachment is used too rarely by Congress. He explains why. (w/ shoutouts to )
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LIVE NOW: Does liberalism ultimately corrode all faiths— or do religions flourish in healthier ways (through persuasion rather than coercion, and through civil society rather than state power) under liberalism? Join the conversation with ...
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CatoEvents 6h
LIVE NOW: Is liberalism good for religions? Join the conversation with ...
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Walter Olson Apr 23
Replying to @CatoInstitute
Background to coming fight over whether to read federal bias ban in broadest/most liberal way: “as libertarians recognize, every expansion of laws against private discrimination shrinks the freedom of association of the governed.” My
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Walter Olson Apr 23
Replying to @walterolson
Posner vs. Sykes in Seventh Circuit showdown: "These philosophical divides on statutory interpretation — which of course play out every term in lower-profile cases — are likely to be on the Court’s mind next fall" in trio of cases on LGBT workplace bias
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Walter Olson Apr 23
"Supreme Court Will Decide Whether 1964 Law Bans LGBT Workplace Bias" -- my new post
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David Boaz 7h
U.S. Median Household Income Has Risen More Than You Think -- William R. Cline in Cato Journal via
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What is women's role in war? Do they join armed conflicts for the same reasons as men? Are their experiences reflected in the academic scholarship? Should women be included in the draft?
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CatoEvents 10h
LIVE NOW: To this day, the hangover of the Iraq war looms large over the politics of both nations. Yet how each of these “special friends” came to the decision to invade Iraq remains shrouded in mystery and mythology. Until now.
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LIVE NOW: Two Roads to War: How (and Why) America and Britain Decided to Invade Iraq
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CatoHealth Apr 20
Prohibition brings out the worst in people. It provides the corrupt and the corruptible with irresistible money-making opportunities...
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Colin Grabow Apr 23
Reminder: is hosting an event next Tuesday that will discuss this issue in detail. Register now:
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Walter Olson 10h
Thanks for roundup mention of my piece on statutory interpretation, Title VII and sexual orientation/gender identity
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William M Yeatman Apr 18
If you thought the "national emergency" for wall funding was ridiculous, wait till you get a load of Trump's "national security" tariffs on steel @CatoSCOTUS --> 'sPressConference
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