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Lecture 9: Privatizing Government II: Prisons and the Military In this lecture, Prof. Shapiro discusses the privatization of two core government functions, providing military and prisons. He talks about host nation trucking in Afghanistan and provides background on the emergence of U.S. private prisons before he draws useful comparisons between the military and prison industries on how we should think about the consequences of privatization in both areas.
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Lecture 9: Privatizing Government II: Prisons and the Military In this lecture, Prof. Shapiro discusses the privatization of two core government functions, providing military and prisons. He talks about host nation trucking in Afghanistan and provides background on the emergence of U.S. private prisons before he draws useful comparisons between the military and prison industries on how we should think about the consequences of privatization in both areas.
Lecture 7 - Shifting Goalposts The AntiTax Movement Why was the estate tax, which is paid by only the wealthiest two percent of Americans, repealed in 2001 with broad bipartisan support? Prof. Shapiro unravels this puzzle in this lecture by going over the origins of the anti-tax movement, the logic of referendum politics, and 1994 as a pivot point. He then hones in on the estate tax repeal as a case study, discusses tax cuts and the Republican coalition and how far the goalposts have shifted for today's U.S. tax politics.
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A Conversation with Bertrand Russell (1952) Romney Wheeler interviews British philosopher, logician, mathematician, historian, and social critic Bertrand Russell at Russell's home in Surrey, England.

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Lect 1 - Electric Charges and Forces - Coulomb's Law - Polarization MIT Physics II: Electricity and Magnetism
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What holds our world together? Electric Charges (Historical), Polarization, Electric Force, Coulomb's Law, Van de Graaff, Great Demos
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Lecture 5: The Resurgent Right in the West What are the sources and implications of the rise of right wing politics in the West in the late 20th century? Prof. Shapiro discusses how the collapse of communism was (maybe counterintuitively) beneficial to the right, two logics of distributive politics, the median voter theorem, and how interests, institutions and ideals influence individual's ideas of fairness in politics. He then discusses the implications of the rise of the right in two-party versus multiparty systems.
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