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The Tom Woods Show

By: Tom Woods
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  • Join New York Times bestselling author Tom Woods for your daily serving of liberty education! Guests include Ron Paul, Judge Andrew Napolitano, David Stockman, and hundreds more, with topics like war, the Federal Reserve, net neutrality, the FDA, Austrian economics, and many other subjects of interest to libertarians. Join us!
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  • Ep. 1140 The Progressive Era Was a Scam
    Apr 23 2018
    Patrick Newman, who recently edited a brand new Rothbard book out of the archives, joins me for a bird's-eye overview of one of the least understood periods of American history.
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    35 mins
  • Ep. 1139 Anti-Libertarian Cliches Sliced and Diced
    Apr 19 2018
    Today's episode covers a wide range of topics: the origins of Trump, fallacies of protectionism, how to respond to critics who say libertarianism has never been tried, plus Somalia, working conditions under capitalism, why libertarianism is attacked when we're so marginal, the increasing use of "classical liberal" by creeps, and more.   This episode is drawn from my recent appearance on the  podcast.  
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    35 mins
  • Ep. 2520 Viktor Orban's Hungary: The Bogeyman of Europe
    Jul 20 2024

    Hungary, we're told, is run by an incorrigible authoritarian, Viktor Orban, who hasn't helped his popularity with the Western intelligentsia by seeking an end to the war in Ukraine. We're joined by Gladden Pappin, president of the Hungarian Institute for International Affairs, who says that when he settled his family in Hungary several years ago they discovered that Western reporting on the country had been nothing but lies.

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    Guest's Links: Substack American Affairs Guest's Twitter: @gjpappin

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    38 mins

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