This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Albert Eisenberg, Jen Sidorova, Brian Albrecht and David McGarry.

Higher education is often held up as a place where diversity is prized. But those lofty ideals sometimes take a backseat to political expediency. Albert Eisenberg relates how Harvard won’t say if it supports diversity of thought.

Pension plans have become a significant financial challenge for many states and municipalities. Jen Sidorova explains how Jacksonville, Florida’s public pension reform helped the city get an improved credit rating.

Antitrust enforcement is being used as a tool of political punishment more than one of law and economics. Brian Albrecht says antitrust policy is easy, when you think you know all the answers.

Congress isn’t letting a lack of comprehension of how the internet works stop it from trying to create more regulation. David McGarry warns that Congress doesn’t understand online privacy.

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