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Jul 5, 2014 7:00pm EDT
is expanding to brazil or india or china with the resources. explain your reference. >> guest: i write about the challenges we face and the first among those is climate change but also the global prosperity that we in the united states have helped to create those middle-class is. our security assurances in asia, our example of free markets to make sure consumers get better goods than they could develop a middle-class. from my perspective trying to make sure that we in the united states understand we want people in other countries to be more successful and lifted out of poverty not just human rights or security but the economic opportunities the more people who have a higher standard of living the more likely they are to believe in democracy, the value of freedom and opportunity in and to have the high value goods and services the united states excels is in. >> 112 nations and 87 days on an airplane? >> we spent a lot of time, months sexually going from place to place. i do say what a great to honor it is to get on that plane labeled the united states of america a and land somewhe
CSPAN
Jul 6, 2014 9:17am EDT
to brazil, china, india. what that means for the resources of the world. explained what your reference is to that. >> in the book i write about the challenges we face. and, of course, first among those is climate change and what that will mean but also the global prosperity that we and the united states have helped to build. we felt a great those middle-classes. it's been our security assurances in asia. it's been our example of free markets for free people and making sure that consumers could get better goods and that they could develop a middle class. and so for my perspective, trying to make sure that we in the united states understand that we want people in other countries to be more successful. we want them to be lifted out of poverty. not only a human rights issue, not only a security issue which indeed it is, it's an economic opportunity. the more people who have a higher standard of living, the more likely they are to believe in democracy, to believe in the value of freedom and opportunity that we exemplify, and to want to buy the kinds of high-value goods and service
CSPAN
Jul 19, 2014 1:15pm EDT
china's of a man's chant by eric luann to story and, when the united states spoke french, an account of america at the end of the 18th-century through the eyes of five french refugees as well as a biography of hillary clinton written by the editors of time magazine and finally on the bookshelf, sebastian have their's biography of winston churchill. to see the full list visit politico.com/book shelf. >> going back to america's founding it was very clear, you read george washington's for will address, it made clear you and i had a responsibility to keep government in check. particularly conservative stands libertarians, we had a very naive theory that good ideas would rise to the top of politics like they do in markets. that is not true. political markets, if we don't take that responsibility and step up and fight the power, you lose. suddenly shows up. government goes to those who shot and by abandoning the field of play we let government get out of control. >> feels a liberal busybody not minding your own business type thing not to go lobby in washington and holding these rallies and
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