On Dec. 3, Thomas W. Hazlett spoke in Lansing to lawmakers, policy analysts and news media gathered for the Mackinac Center’s "Issues and Ideas" monthly policy luncheon. Hazlett is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, and former chief economist for the Federal Communications Commission.

View his speech, entitled "Competition Policy in Telecommunications" in four parts. A broadband Internet connection is suggested for viewing these Apple Quicktime videos.

Part A: www.mackinac.org/media/video/2003/HazlettA.mov 17MB (Download Time: 3 minutes)

Part B: www.mackinac.org/media/video/2003/HazlettB.mov 13MB (Download Time: 3 minutes)

Part C: www.mackinac.org/media/video/2003/HazlettC.mov 8MB (Download Time: 1 minute)

Part D: www.mackinac.org/media/video/2003/HazlettD.mov 24MB (Download Time: 5 minutes)


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