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Murray doing his best Jackie Mason. If that was filmed in the Catskills, it would be even better!

Are those lectures you talk about the course that Mises.org now has or do I need to search down another set of lectures?

For those who are interested, the Saint-Louis project being torn down is Pruitt-Igoe http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pruitt%E2%80%93Igoe P-I was a landmark in terms of getting the urban planning profession to give up on large scale urban renewal projects, but the lessons most planners drew in the end was that public housing is needed, just on a smaller, more convivial (and a lot more expensive) scale.

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