After leading the University of North Carolina system for 30 years and influencing the state’s public policy for another quarter century, William Friday died at age 92, leaving a distinguished legacy. John Hood discusses that legacy in the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio.

Roy Cordato dissects the Federal Reserve’s role in our current economic woes, and one of the nation’s leading libertarian voices, Fox Business Network host John Stossel, shares some of his liberty-loving ideas.

You’ll learn why some state legislators are concerned about a plan to shuffle state health and human services workers off the Dorothea Dix campus, and Barton College historian Jeff Broadwater shares insights from his recent biography of James Madison, often considered the Father of the Constitution.