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What New Hampshire means for the anti-establishment presidential candidates | IN 60 SECONDS
Tax reform: How would the Republican plan affect 401(k) savings? | IN 60 SECONDS
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Tax reform: How would the Republican plan affect 401(k) savings? | IN 60 SECONDS

Recently, Congressional Republicans proposed changing the tax treatment for the 401(k) accounts that most Americans use to save for retirement. Instead of receiving a tax deduction on 401(k) contributions, the tax plan would have taxed these contributions but allowed withdrawals

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Democracy vs kleptocracy | IN 60 SECONDS
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Democracy vs kleptocracy | IN 60 SECONDS

In democracies, leaders need the votes of millions of people. Pleasing so many people is incredibly difficult, so democracies offer voters public policy options in exchange for votes. But in dictatorships, leaders only need the loyalty of a select few,

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Turkey: Is secularism dead? | IN 60 SECONDS
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Turkey: Is secularism dead? | IN 60 SECONDS

In 1923, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk founded Turkey from the ashes of the Ottoman Empire. His goal was to reorient society toward the West. He abolished the caliphate, reformed the legal code, and changed the alphabet. He gave women equal rights

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Are American elections fair? (1994) | THINK TANK
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Are American elections fair? (1994) | THINK TANK

Ben Wattenberg: Hello. I’m Ben Wattenberg. A major new debate is unfolding across the American landscape. On one side are property owners who say that government regulations destroy the value of their land. They want compensation. On the other side

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Imran Khan is bad for Pakistan’s democracy | IN 60 SECONDS
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Imran Khan is bad for Pakistan’s democracy | IN 60 SECONDS

Imran Khan, a cricket star turned politician, is Pakistan’s likely next Prime Minister. Khan has used an anti-corruption platform to build a mass following, but he has hardly gotten to where he is on his own. Khan’s main opponent, former

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Professors, politicians, and public policy (1977) | ARCHIVES
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Professors, politicians, and public policy (1977) | ARCHIVES

Announcer: From the nation’s capital, the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research presents “Public Policy Forums,” a series of programs featuring the nation’s top authorities presenting their differing views on the vital issues which confront us. Today’s topic, “Professors,

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China: An end to presidential term limits | IN 60 SECONDS
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China: An end to presidential term limits | IN 60 SECONDS

The Chinese Communist Party recently proposed a constitutional amendment to abolish term limits on the presidency. This change would allow the current president to remain in power after his second term elapses in 2023. The bottom line is that President

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Could there still be a contested Republican convention? | IN 60 SECONDS
Brazilian presidential election 2018 | IN 60 SECONDS
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Brazilian presidential election 2018 | IN 60 SECONDS

On October 7th, Brazilian voters went to the polls to choose a new president and Congress — in one of the most complicated and polarizing elections in that country’s history. Jair Bolsonaro and Fernando Haddad have advanced to the second

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