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Thinking about Think Tanks, Part One of Two
Aired 10/13/2005

Today on Think Tank we are going to talk about Think Tanks. In Washington and elsewhere there are a plethora of such institutions -sometimes shrouded in mystery. Ideologically, they range from left, to right, to center; they play an important role in defining issues and ideas for both governments and for the public. How do these Think Tanks work; why are they important?
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  Christopher DeMuth
    president of the American Enterprise Institute.

Originally Aired: 10/13/2005

   
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