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May 27, 2015 2:06am EDT
china is an authoritarian state but nonetheless runs within the limits of free market economy's. it is not the case that there is a necessary connection between free markets on the one hand and political liberties on the other. free markets other. free markets are important. government does not replace market. government complements market and places the markets reach like investing in ourselves. and the market triumphalist overestimate the completeness of the markets, the perfection of markets. they ignore the role of luck in our lives and they conflate two different themes of marketplace freedoms and political liberties as if they were the same thing. >> we are better than this money and how is history is shaped us. he talked about the book with historian douglas brinkley in an event in austin, texas. this is 45 minutes. >> applause. appmack welcome to both people and thank you for coming out this on this beautiful saturday afternoon to celebrate literature with us at your local independent bookstore. it should go without saying, but i will say it anyway only through your participati
CSPAN
Apr 11, 2015 8:00am EDT
economic opportunity. in india is and china -- in india and china. but america since the 1970s, we've had stagnation and higher inequality. to your point are americans more -- are we greedier, money obsessed, i think our comparison has come off. what i mean by that is 30 years ago you would compare yourself to people in your neighborhood right? so the people living next to you, your neighbor he or she may be a little bit more wealthy than you because you're living in the same neighborhood, but now you go on social media, on the internet, facebook, you start comparing yourself to people who are more wealthy than you. almost 50% of people who use social media facebook report feelings of envy or jell-oous city right? -- jealousy. so there's definitely in our society when you start comparing yourself to people who have more it starts to make you feel comfortable or insecure. so it's important to compare yourself to people who have less. >> have you thought about american currency? i do presidential history, we've got all the faces of presidents on the bills. what's been the role of money in t
CSPAN
May 26, 2015 10:40pm EDT
much more pervasive state than we do 's. at the other end china is an authoritarian state but nonetheless runs within the limits of free market economy's. it is not the case that there is a necessary connection between free markets on the one hand and political liberties on the other. free markets other. free markets are important. government does not replace market. government complements market and places the markets reach like investing in ourselves. and the market triumphalist overestimate the completeness of the markets, the perfection of markets. they ignore the role of luck in our lives and they conflate two different themes of marketplace freedoms and political liberties as if they were the same thing. >> we are better than this is the name of the book. sen. ron wyden robert rubin, larry summers, larry summers peter or zag have all but the back of this book. edward klein part of usc law school is the author. >> thank you very much. thank you. 's. >> a handy guide to the 114 congress with color photos photos of every sen. and house member for's bio and contact informati
CSPAN
Apr 12, 2015 10:00pm EDT
china and america so are they greedy or money obsess? but 30 years ago you compare people in your neighborhood they may be little more wealthy but now with social media if you compare yourself to people better 20 times more wealthy the new level 60% will show envy or jealousy. so in in our society mr. is to make you feel uncomfortable. >> host: what about american currency? what is the role of money in the making of america? >> i will spend a day or two or extra because it is so fascinating learning about the history of a society through monday. had 85 years old one of the oldest coin collectors and you can probably comment because many coins the best represent american. >> host: 1933 double eagle. what is that? i learned roosevelt when he came into power talking about brandishing america and he thought american coinage was atrocious because the korean places had rolled in heads like american figures. associate by past u.s. mint for the sculpture or the medalist in this step along time but eventually it was called the double eagle and to have victoria across the eagle of the sunri
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