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Publisher's Summary

This October 2004 edition of CatoAudio features David Boaz and John Samples on the 2004 election; Marie Gryphon on the high costs of the affirmative action myth; Chris Edwards on Bush and Kerry's budget priorities; Erik Luna on the injustices of the federal sentencing guidelines; Bob Levy on reconciling tort reform and federalism; and Tom Palmer on the deep roots of liberty in Western civilization.
©2004 Cato Institute
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