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MAY 18, 2014

FEE President Lawrence Reed recounts stories of the anti-Communist resistance movements throughout Eastern Europe that sustained peoples’ hopes through the dark days of the Cold War and contributed to the fall of the Berlin Wall.


FEE President Lawrence Reed visits Amagi Metals for an interview that covers the "Great Myths" of the current recession, FEE's newest projects, summer seminars and Mr. Reed's biography projects that will be released in the new year.


Tom Woods interviews FEE President Lawrence Reed on FEE and its history.


The Bob Harden Show, Naples, Florida on September 24, 2014. Subject: The Balance of Trade Deficit.


FEE president Lawrence Reed discusses the FEE retreat in Bonita Springs, FL in January 2015, followed by a focus on lessons from the life of Cicero.


A 15-minute interview about the concept of rights with FEE president Lawrence Reed on Bob Harden Radio, June 23, 2014.


In a return appearance on the Bob Harden Show on May 29, the subject was Holocaust hero Sir Nicholas Winton and his 105th birthday.


On May 15, radio host Roland Manarin interviewed FEE president Lawrence Reed on the subject of Hong Kong’s economy and its lessons for the U.S. and the world.


On May 14, FEE president Lawrence Reed appeared on the Bob Harden radio show, based in Naples, Florida, to discuss FEE.org’s ongoing ‘Cliches of Progressivism’ series and specifically, his forthcoming installment for May 23 on the subject of greed.


FEE president Lawrence Reed interviewed on “Everything Financial Radio” on financial topics ranging from the Federal Reserve to the Great Depression to the national debt. It aired nationally on May 4.

 


The Debt Dialogues [Episode 29]: Freeman editor Max Borders On Entrepreneurship and Inequality

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