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22 Mar, 2009 05:46

Are radical ideas that radical?

For the past decade Texas Congressman Ron Paul has been a radical voice warning that the US economy is about to collapse. He's been marginalized and even ridiculed, though. Why are people afraid to hear radical ideas?

American journalist Lori Harfenist – known as The Resident – asks New Yorkers whether it is time to start listening to radical thinkers and why, if so…