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This program is brought to you. By the james wilson institute on natural rights in the american founding. If you'd like to learn more about the james wilson institute please visit james wilson institute dot org. We hope you enjoy the program. Hello and welcome to the james wilson. Podcast i'm your host garrett's networker. Today will be chatting with stephen soukup. Stephen is the author of the book. The dictatorship of whoa capital how political correctness captured big business from encounter books. Stephen is e senior commentator vice president and publisher of the political form an independent research provider that delivers research and consulting services to the institutional investment community with an emphasis on economic social political and geopolitical events. Likely to have an impact on the financial markets in the united states and abroad. He's also the director of the political form institute a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to creating and preserving community primarily among those who earn their living and create wealth for the nation through the capital markets. Soukup is followed politics and federal regulatory policy for the financial community since one thousand nine hundred ninety six when he joined the award winning washington research office of prudential securities. He's also a fellow in culture in the economy at the culture of life foundation. Also joining us on the podcast. Is peter spence. One of our interns at the james wilson institute peter. Why don't you get a started. Why did you write this book. And what specifically led you to dive into the dictatorship of will capital. Well i have worked for twenty. Five years My entire professional career In the financial services world and.

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