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2011 Doolittle Prize Dinner Honoring Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman

Hudson Institute’s James H. Doolittle Prize is named in honor of “Jimmy” Doolittle, the intrepid aviator who led the daring April 1942 raid on Tokyo in the aftermath of the Pearl Harbor attack. On June 20, 2011, Hudson conferred the annual Doolittle Prize on Senator Joseph I. Lieberman (I-CT)—in recognition of his courageous leadership and distinguished record of accomplishment during a long career devoted to ensuring the safety and security of the United States. The 2011 Doolittle Prize dinner also paid tribute to Hudson Chairman Emeritus Walter P. Stern for his remarkable service to the Institute. Stern’s support and leadership over more than three decades has helped Hudson earn a worldwide reputation for innovation in public policy analysis.

Allan R. Tessler Welcoming Remarks

Hudson Institute Board Chairman

Kenneth R. Weinstein Introduction of Sen. Lieberman

Hudson Institute President & CEO

Joseph I. Lieberman 2011 Doolittle Prize Address

United States Senator (I-CT)

Lewis Libby Introduction of Walter P. Stern

Hudson Institute Senior Vice President

Walter P. Stern Featured Speech

Hudson Institute Chairman Emeritus

Herbert London Adjournment Remarks

Hudson Institute President Emeritus

Hudson Experts