Host: Hudson Institute. TOO OFTEN ideas are discounted as the effete playthings of the chattering classes, yet they have the power to transform our nation’s institutions, from our courts and legislatures to marriage and family life. Since 1998, Encounter Books has aimed to broaden public debate by bringing many new voices to bear on important policy and cultural issues.
On June 4, Hudson Institute’s Bradley Center for Philanthropy and Civic Renewal will hold its fourth annual Bradley Symposium, co-sponsored by Encounter Books, on the themes of the power of ideas, publishing, and preserving liberty and democracy. Three panels will draw from prepared essays and feature seven prominent Encounter authors: ROGER KIMBALL, ROBERT BORK, ANDREW McCARTHY, JOHN O’SULLIVAN, JOHN FONTE, JAMES PIERESON, and VICTOR DAVIS HANSON.
Official Website: http://www.hudson.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=hudson_upcoming_events&id=539
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