What Writer Turned You on to Freedom Most? Or, What We Heard at the Bastiat Prize Dinner.

The Wall Street Journal's Anne Jolis took home top honors at last week's ceremony for Reason's Bastiat Prize for Journalism.

Before the awards ceremony in New York City, Reason TV asked attendees ranging from Fox Business' John Stossel to Reason's Matt Welch to Newsweek International's Tunku Varajaradan what writers first turned them on to freedom and what hopes they have for the future.

About 2.40 minutes. Click above to watch now or below to go to full story and video.

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