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wTuesday, February 22, 2005


Host: America's Future Foundation
Date: February 23, 2005
Description: Conservatives and Libertarians: Can This Marriage Be Saved? During the Cold War era, conservatives and libertarians united around hostility toward communism and liberalism. The National Review's Frank Meyer called this union "fusionism," and argued that it wasn't just a marriage of convenience, but a union based on the deep compatibility of liberty and tradition. Increasingly, however, that ideological marriage has been punctuated by long, sustained spats: over war, gay marriage, stem-cell research, and a host of other issues. Just another rocky patch, or is it time for a divorce?

Arguing to keep the marriage together will be W. James Antle III of The American Conservative and Jeremy Lott of the Cato Institute. Amy Mitchell of The American Spectator and Nick Gillespie of Reason will take the side of divorce. The event will take place on Wednesday, February 23rd, at the Fund for American Studies (1706 New Hampshire Ave. NW). Drinks will begin at 7:00 p.m., with dinner and discussion following at 7:30. Founder's Club members will have priority seating for this event. Not a Founder's Club Member? There's no better time to join. Introductory membership is $35, Sustaining Membership is $100. Find out more at http://www.americasfuture.org/joinus.cfm. Please RSVP to roundtable@americasfuture.org.

posted by Jeremy at 11:43 PM