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  • Can the American Mind Be Opened
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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 release of Allan Bloom’s The…

  • emWhy I Turned Rightem
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    Why I Turned Right

    Mary Eberstadt talked about the book she edited, Why I Turned Right, which contains autobiographies of twelve right-leaning baby boomers who offer their thoughts on how and why they became…

  • International Law on the US Supreme Court
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    International Law on the U.S. Supreme Court

    The panelists debated aspects of Justice Antonin Scalia’s earlier keynote address where he denied the relevance of foreign law in U.S. courts. They disagreed about the applicability of…

  • emThe Limits of International Lawem
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    The Limits of International Law

    Professors Goldsmith and Posner talked about their book The Limits of International Law, published by Oxford University Press. In their book they argued that international law was…

  • Liberalism and Conservatism
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    Liberalism and Conservatism

    Professor Berkowitz talked about modern American liberalism and compared it with modern conservatism. He responded to audience telephone calls, faxes and electronic mail. This is the first…