Will Achievement Save the Human Race Asks Dr. Edward Hudgins

Will achievement save the human race? join us as “the Hudge” Dr. Edward Hudgins explains why we must embrace human achievement and freedom at the same time.

Before joining Heartland, Dr. Ed Hudgins, was the director of advocacy and a senior scholar at The Atlas Society, which promotes the philosophy of reason, freedom, and individualism developed by Ayn Rand in works like Atlas Shrugged.  His latest Atlas Society book was The Republican Party’s Civil War: Will Freedom Win?

While at The Atlas Society, Hudgins developed a “Human Achievement” project to promote the synergy between the values and optimism of entrepreneurial achievers working on exponential technologies and the values of friends of freedom.Dr. Ed Hudgins and UnlockYourWealth radio host Heather Wagenhals at the Atlas shrugged part three movie premiere

Dr. Hudgins joins host of Unlock Your Wealth RadioHeather Wagenhals at FreedomFest in this reprise interview to discuss the economic outlook for our country, including the influence our politics have on this hot topics. Tune in as they discuss the ethical and moral values of wealth creation.

Listen in as Hudgins argues that exponential technologies in information, nanotech, genetic engineering, robotics, and AI promise longer, healthier lives for all in a future of unimaginable prosperity if only we have the liberty and ethics of human achievement needed for that future.


Dr. Hudgins has worked at the The Atlas Society, Heritage Foundation, the Joint Economic Committee of the U.S. Congress, and the Cato Institute. He has authored or edited hundreds of articles and policy papers, has appeared on most major news shows, and has taught at universities in the United States and Germany.
Tune in to this interview as Dr. Hudgins reveals the one industry we need to keep our eyes (and money) on the lookout for in our economy.

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