The Tuttle Twins Podcast

93. Why Is Ayn Rand Important?

Tuttle Twins fans might be familiar with the book “Search for Atlas” but some might not know that this book was inspired by a book called “Atlas Shrugged” written by a woman named Ayn Rand. On this episode, Brittany and Connor explain who Ayn Rand was and why she was such an important public figure. Links: The Tuttle Twins and the Search for Atlas Atlas Shrugged It Usually Begins With Ayn Rand  Goddess of the Market: Ayn Rand and the American Right Money Speech from Atlas Shrugged

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92. Can A Person Own An Idea?

On past episodes, we have talked about property rights and why they are so important. It’s not too hard to understand who owns a piece of physical property, but what about ideas? Does one single person own an idea, or is intellectual property, as it is sometimes called, an entirely different kind of property? Links: Against Intellectual Property

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91. Why Is F.A. Hayek So Important?

Who is F.A. Hayek? Tuttle Twins readers might remember him from the Road to Surfdom book, but why is he so important? Today, Connor and Brittany talk about this brilliant economist and why his legacy is so important to economic and individual liberty. Links: Keynes v Hayek: Two economic giants go head to head Road to Serfdom  Keynes vs. Hayek Rap Videos  Teach Your Students About the Free Market Road to Serfdom Liveblog

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90. What Is Seasteading?

There is no real way to escape living under some sort of government. Links: The World’s First Seasteaders Are Now on the Run for Their Lives Seasteading and Health Care: Islands of Innovation Free Republic of Liberland  Seasteading: How Floating Nations Will Restore the Environment, Enrich the Poor, Cure the Sick, and Liberate Humanity from Politicians

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89. How to Take Negative Feedback, Positively

All throughout your life, you will be confronted with negative feedback. But criticism doesn’t have to be a bad thing. Learning how to take critical feedback is critical to earning where we need to improve in all sorts of areas in our life. Today, Connor and Brittany talk about how you can put a positive spin on seemingly unpleasant conversations.

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88. Who Was Karl Marx?

Collectivism, and specifically socialism, are threats to individual liberty. In order to understand how we can combat these destructive ideas, we need to understand where they came from. Today, Connor and Brittany profile Karl Marx, the father of socialism and author of “The Communist Manifesto.” Links: Teen Vogue Articles

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87. What Was The Great Depression?

The Great Depression was one of the worst economic downturns in human history. But to ensure that we don’t repeat the mistakes of the past, we have to understand how we got ourselves into this mess in the first place. On today’s episode, Connor and Brittany explain the events that led to this historic economic depression and how we can avoid making the same mistakes in the future. Links: The Great Depression America’s Great Depression

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86. How Do You Crush Your First Job Interview?

Getting a good job is one of the most important things you can do to ensure your financial prosperity. Today Connor and Brittany give listeners some advice on how they can prepare for their future careers now and give some helpful tips on crushing a future job interview. Links: Crash.co

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85. Why Does Character Matter?

On today’s episode, Larry Reed, President Emeritus of the Foundation for Economic Education, joins Connor and Brittany to talk about the role character plays in advancing the principles of liberty. Links: The Uncommon Life of Bessie Coleman Real Heroes: Inspiring True Stories of Courage, Character, and Conviction

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84. How Did The Printing Press Change The World?

Before the internet taught us anything we wanted to know with the click of a button, information was hard to come by. In fact, before computers and even books, people had to rely on authority figures to acquire knowledge. But the printing press changed all that and decentralized information, making it accessible to anyone who could read. Links: How The Printing Press Changed the World

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