Tuttle Twins Podcast

226. How Can We Teach Bastiat to Kids?

In the Tuttle Twins Learn about The Law, readers got to learn a bit about economist Frédéric Bastiat. Now, a new book, written by Jonathan Newman, continues to teach young people about Bastiat in his book “The Broken Window.” Links: The Broken Window

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222. What Are Unintended Consequences?

Unintended consequences is the idea that actions can sometimes have outcomes that you didn’t plan on, and that affect you or even the world around you negatively. Today Emma and Brittany discuss how unintended consequences can impact all of us.

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221. What’s A Corporation?

The word “corporation” gets thrown around a lot, usually with bad associations. A lot of people like to blame big businesses for all of our problems, but it’s not always that straightforward.

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219. Who Is Jesse Owens?

In 1936, Olympian runner Jesse Owens won four gold medals during the Berlin games, showing Hitler that race did not make a person inferior to another.

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218. What Is The Problem with North Korea?

Of all the dictatorships and authoritarian regimes that have existed, North Korea is especially awful. On this episode Connor and Brittany discuss how North Korea came to be and what life is like for those who must live there.

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