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Diane talks with a University of Chicago professor who uses the tools of economics to debunk conventional wisdom on crime, primary education, gun safety, real estate, and many other facets of everyday life.
- Steven Levitt Professor of economics at the University of Chicago, recipient of John Bates Clark Medal and co-author of "Freakonomics."
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