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'Freakonomics' For Freaky Economics

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'Freakonomics' For Freaky Economics

Economy

'Freakonomics' For Freaky Economics

'Freakonomics' For Freaky Economics

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Steven Levitt's best-selling book, Freakonomics, revitalized economics by explaining how economic principles affect our daily lives. With the economy so prominent in our lives today, how should we interpret what's going on?

Host Scott Simon asks Levitt, now a professor of economics at the University of Chicago, for his thoughts about the state of the national economy.

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