In June, I had the absolute pleasure of returning to the Tom Woods show, where we chatted about 15 years of nullification work here at the TAC. This is Tom’s overview of the episode:
Michael Boldin reflects on 15 years of the Tenth Amendment Center, which he founded in 2006. For 15 years Boldin and the Center have brought a perspective into American life that would otherwise have been absent. The Center’s boldness has occasionally provoked rebukes from D.C. think-tanks that prefer we adopt loser strategies that never win, in order not to annoy the New York Times.
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