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AIR DATE: February 19, 2010

Economist Raj Patel writes in his new book that we have placed too much trust in the market value of everything. And that has had detrimental effects on our democracy as well as our economy. We talk to him about his ideas on how to get these two back where they should be. We also discuss how that should play out in a tourist city like Las Vegas where selling all kinds of leisure and entertainment is the name of the game.

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