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Feb 3, 2012

Chris and I once again dig into Chapters 4 & 5 of Hazletts book 'Economics in One Lesson'. 

This episodes voice quality was lower than usual but it will be repaired for our third installment of this book review.

I apologize for the long lag between episodes but I am currently very busy with many different projects and have little time for accomplishing everything that is on my to-do lists. 

Please email all comments and suggestions to twobeerswithsteve at hotmail.com

Steve

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