The Great Antidote: Kenneth Elzinga on Teaching Economics

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Kenneth Elzinga and Juliette Sellgren

Kenneth Elzinga, the Robert C Taylor Professor of Economics at the University of Virginia , author, and antitrust
expert,  talks to us today about teaching economics, the importance of Christianity to his life and profession, and his work with antitrust.




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