CatoAudio is the talk of the town—a 60-minute monthly audio magazine that provides you with the best of the Cato Institute’s programs.
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How can any one person keep up on what’s going on in this fast-paced world? Beyond simply keeping up on all of the news, where can you go for expert perspectives and insider viewpoints on key issues of the day to decipher what it all means for you?

Simple: CatoAudio.

Every month, CatoAudio puts you right in the middle of important policy debates in Washington. Each hour-long CD brings you inside the Cato Institute for highlights from its dynamic, one-of-a-kind Policy Forums, speeches, debates, and conferences.

The monthly recordings feature in-depth discussions from well-known political leaders, authors, political experts, pundits, journalists, and other nationally respected scholars.

In addition to selected recordings, each monthly CD includes two in-depth highlights:
* Featured Selection is an expanded coverage on an issue of particular importance. Recent Featured Selections have included presentations on health care reform, the life of Milton Friedman, the real story behind gas prices, anti-democratic policies in Russia, and reasons for terrorism.

* Round Table discussion between Cato experts on a special topic, recorded exclusively for CatoAudio subscribers. Recent subjects have included troop surges in Iraq, global warming, midterm elections, and North Korea’s nuclear threat.

Whether in your home or on the road, CatoAudio provides you with instant access to discussions, proposals, and ideas that are available nowhere else.

Who will you hear on CatoAudio? Speakers have included:
• P.J. O’Rourke
• John Stossel
• Thomas Ricks
• Milton Friedman
• George Will
• Richard Epstein
• Jack Valenti
• Alan Greenspan

Recent topics covered include:
• Leadership Failure in Iraq
• Global Warming
• Property Rights
• The War on Drugs
• Relations with Iran
• Health Care Costs
• Internet Regulation
• Social Security Reform
• Liberty in the Middle East
• Immigration