June 12, 2013
by Bradley Center
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Panel discussion: Is Our Political Culture Undermining Freedom?
The Bradley brothers understood that freedom requires a political culture that is not only friendly to individual enterprise, but that also nurtures critical commitments like personal responsibility, moral obligation and civic engagement. Is our culture reinforcing or undermining those commitments today, and what might we do about it?
Leon Kass, Madden-Jewett Chair at the American Enterprise Institute (Moderator)
Michael Barone, Senior Political Analyst for The Washington Examiner
Ward Connerly, Founder and Chairman of the American Civil Rights Institute
Heather Mac Donald, John M. Olin Fellow at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research
William H. "Chip" Mellor, President and General Counsel of the Institute for Justice
Bradley Smith, Josiah H. Blackmore II/Shirley M. Nault Designated Professor of Law at Capital University Law School
Stephan Thernstrom, Winthrop Professor of History at Harvard University
Robert Woodson, Founder and President of the Center for Neighborhood Enterprise
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