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Caleb O. Brown

Caleb O. Brown is the director of multimedia at the Cato Institute, where he has hosted the Cato Daily Podcast since 2007 and CatoAudio since 2008.

Classics of Liberty

Richard Cobden: On Free Trade

featuring Richard Cobden and Caleb O. Brown on Sep 12, 2015

This episode features selections from Richard Cobden’s writings and speeches on the freedom of commerce after his election to Parliament in 1841.

Classics of Liberty

Lysander Spooner: No Treason, Part 2

featuring Lysander Spooner and Caleb O. Brown on Nov 7, 2016

In this episode, Caleb O. Brown reads part two of Lysander Spooner’s No Treason.

Classics of Liberty

Lysander Spooner: No Treason, Part 1

featuring Lysander Spooner and Caleb O. Brown on Oct 20, 2016

In this episode, Caleb O. Brown reads part one of Lysander Spooner’s No Treason, in which Spooner attacks the so-called ‘social contract.’

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Libertarians, Class, and the Left

by Anthony Comegna and Caleb O. Brown on Nov 25, 2016

“The worst thing about Trump is likely to be how moderate he turns out to be.  And that American statism, imperialism, will continue to march right along.”

Classics of Liberty

Abram D. Smith: Nullification - Part 2

featuring Caleb O. Brown and Abram D. Smith on Jul 5, 2016

In this episode, Caleb O. Brown reads part two of In re Booth by Abram D. Smith, an 1854 ruling that nullified the Fugitive Slave Act in Wisconsin.

Classics of Liberty

Henry David Thoreau: Civil Disobedience

featuring Henry David Thoreau and Caleb O. Brown on Aug 15, 2015

In this episode of Classics of Liberty, Caleb O. Brown reads selections from Henry David Thoreau’s subversive essay Civil Disobedience.

Classics of Liberty

Dwight D. Eisenhower: Farewell Address

featuring Caleb O. Brown and Dwight D. Eisenhower on Apr 16, 2016

This episode features a remastered recording of Dwight D. Eisenhower’s 1961 farewell address.

 

Classics of Liberty

Abram D. Smith: Nullification - Part 1

featuring Caleb O. Brown and Abram D. Smith on May 22, 2016

In this episode, Caleb O. Brown reads In re Booth by Abram D. Smith, an 1854 ruling that effectively nullified the Fugitive Slave Act in Wisconsin.