Salt Lake City, Utah – What does it mean when we hear stories of schools banning games of tag or doctors leery of treating their patients? Because Americans are afraid of law-suits, writer and activist Philip Howard says we've left much of our decision making in the hands of lawyers. What's at stake, he says, is the vitality of American culture. Thursday, Doug's conversation with Philip Howard about his latest book "Life Without Lawyers." (Rebroadcast)
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