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    Winston Churchill Dinner

    Former Secretary Donald Rumsfeld made remarks about the importance of a strong military and national security policy, and was presented with the Claremont Institute’s 2007…

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    Politics of the Judiciary

    A panel discussed the judiciary.  br/ The panel “Politics of the Judiciary: The Battle Over the Court” was part of the Claremont Institute 2006 Constitution Day Conference…

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    State of Conservatism

    Panelists talked about the state of the conservative movement at a symposium on the U.S. Constitution. Among the topics they addressed were the goals and record of the conservative…

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    Five Years After September 11

    Panelists talked about constitutional issues and U.S. foreign policy following the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the U.S. Among the topics they addressed were threats posed by…

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    The World in a Decade

    At the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Mark Steyn received the 2005 Henry Salvatori Prize at an annual dinner in honor of Sir Winston S. Churchill by the Claremont Institute. He talked…

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    Statesmanship Award Dinner

    Mr. Spanos gave opening remarks and presented Mr. Limbaugh with the Claremont Institute’s Statesmanship Award. Mr. Limbaugh delivered the keynote speech at the…

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    Political Discourse in America

    Mr. Steele and the panelists discussed the philosophy of Mr. Steele, who has written many books and articles on race relations.

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    Book Discussion on The Jews in the 20th Century

    Sir Martin Gilbert, author of numerous books including, The Jews in the 20th Century: An Illustrated History, talked about British Prime Minister Winston Churchill’s relationship with…

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    Life and Work of Professor Harvey C. Mansfield

    Mr. Will and Mr. Kristol, former students of Professor Mansfield, and others talked about Mansfield’s political theory as well as presidential politics and the Founding…

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    The Presidential Election

    Participants talked about potential outcomes of the 2000 presidential election. Among the topics addressed were the role of political ideologies in the campaign process, the degree to…

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    The Clinton Presidency: A Retrospective

    Participants talked about how the Clinton administration would be viewed in the future. Among the issues addressed were the failures of the first two years, the impact of the 1994…

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    The Crisis of the American Family

    Dr. Schlessinger spoke about the decline of morality and ethics in society and the impacts of that decline on the American family. Among the issues she addressed were abortion,…

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    The Independent Counsel Act

    Mr. Schippers talked about the independent counsel statute which had been allowed to lapse after its latest review. He said that the statute was flawed because it allowed the…

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    Annual Lincoln Day Dinner

    Participants talked about the legacy of President Lincoln, the rule of law, and the Constitution. Professor Jaffa talked about the inclusion of slavery in the Constitution and the…

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    National Constitution Day Celebration

    Participants spoke on the importance of remembering the Constitution. They encouraged people to read the Constitution to understand what it stands for. They also reminded people…

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    Book Discussion on Israel: A History

    Mr. Gilbert discussed his book, Israel: A History, published by William Morrow. The book traces the history of the Jewish state from the formation of the modern Zionist movement…

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    Lincoln Day Symposium

    Former Attorney General Meese talked about the legacy of President Lincoln and his principles and thinking as related to today’s leaders. He reviewed the accomplishments of…

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    Lincoln Day Dinner

    Speaker Gingrich spoke at a dinner in honor of President Lincoln along with other conservative leaders. The dinner culminated a day long forum which focused on statesmanship and…

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    Statesmanship Award

    During the Claremont Institute’s annual Churchill dinner, Rep. Armey received the statesmanship award for his governmental service over the past ten years. In his acceptance…

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    Churchill Statesmanship Award

    The participants lauded Mr. Buckley for his leadership in conservative opinion through his books and his founding of The National Review. Also mentioned was his television show,…

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