The Atlas Society Asks Johan Norberg

December 16, 2020 01:02:25
The Atlas Society Asks Johan Norberg
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The Atlas Society Asks Johan Norberg
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Johan Norberg is the author of several books, including the newly released "Open: The Story of Human Progress," which argues that the key to human success is openness, “the freedom to explore and exchange – whether it’s goods, ideas or people.” A native of Sweden and a Cato Senior Fellow, Norberg’s writing, lectures, and documentary films focus on economics and popular science.

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