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Cory Doctorow at 12:22 pm Thu, Jan 3, 2013
I think my favourite interview I’ve heard is the one Cory did with a libertarian podcast. They went on for a bit about how while reading Little Brother, they could tell that he was definitely a libertarian. Then Cory says that he might be a civil libertarian, but definitely not a libertarian. Then there’s a great discussion about health care.
Found it again. http://freetalklive.com/files/doctorow.mp3
O.0.. kick that bunny in the bucket!