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    The Founders and Limited Government

    Panelists spoke about the vision of the country’s founders, the future of limited government, the results of recent elections, and potential political struggles in the 112th…

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    Role of Government

    Panelists spoke about the future of limited government, the results of recent elections, as well as the Calvin Coolidge presidency. This was part of the conference “The Wisdom of the…

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    John Bolton Remarks on Limited Government

    John Bolton talked about international threats to representative governments and free market economies. He spoke at the Princeton Club in New York City. This was the keynote address of…

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    Intellectuality and Morality of Openness

    Panelists discussed the topic, “Are Certain Forms of ‘Openness’ Really Tantamount to Intellectuality and Morality?” The session was part of a conference celebrating…

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    The Historical Context of Allan Bloom

    As part of a conference celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the release of Allan Bloom’s The Closing of The American Mind: How Higher Education Has Failed Democracy and…

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    Can the American Mind Be Opened?

    “Can the American Mind be Opened?” was a panel of the Manhattan Institute/New Criterion conference held at the Princeton Club celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the…

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    Survival of Culture

    As part of New York University’s Public Policy Series, the panelists discussed the state of world culture including the interaction and differences between Western and Eastern…

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