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The air in America is so thick with legal risk that you can practically cut it and put in on a scale," according to lawyer and best-selling author Philip Howard. In his new book, "The Lost Art of Drawing the Line", Howard explores the relationship between individual rights and authority. He joins Diane to talk about why he believes "fairness" has gone too far.
- Philip Howard best-selling author and lawyer
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