This weekend on Carolina Journal Radio

This weekend’s special year-end edition of Carolina Journal Radio features highlights from 2013’s best episodes.

John Hood analyzes more than 500 scholarly research papers to find clues about the public policies that tend to promote economic growth, while Roy Cordato discusses the benefits of North Carolina’s tax reform efforts in 2013.

Author and columnist Amity Shlaes highlights her recent biography of Calvin Coolidge, while Margaret Thatcher biographer John Blundell examines the Iron Lady’s legacy.

Speaking of books, Rick Henderson explains the ongoing significance of Thomas Sowell’s 1987 classic, A Conflict of Visions.

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