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New Meetup: The Road Back to Capitalism A Roundtable Discussion

From: Bill
Sent on: Wednesday, February 25, 2009 3:39 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for Greater NYC Campaign for Liberty!

What: The Road Back to Capitalism A Roundtable Discussion

When: March 5,[masked]:00 PM

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Meetup Description: The Road Back to Capitalism
A Roundtable Discussion

March 5, 2009
Open House Gallery
201 Mulberry Street

New York City

Reception at 6:00 pm &Roundtable begins 7:00 pm
Open Bar & Hors D' Oeuvres

Sponsored by the Smith Family Foundation
To RSVP to this event please email Kathleen O'Hearn:
[address removed].

Panel Description:

On March 5th, the Obama Administration will have been in office for over a
month. Since the loss of the election in November conservatives and
libertarians from across the nation have started to think about the road
back not only to power, but how to return the country to believing in
free-market principles. Have libertarians and conservatives found their
voice? With a plummeting economy, do free market ideas stand a chance? Have
Republicans discovered a comeback strategy based on ideas and principles
that libertarians and conservatives can support? What is the road back to


Megan McArdle, The Atlantic

Brian Carney, Editorial Board, Wall Street Journal

Nicole Gelinas, Fellow, Manhattan Institute

Ron Moore, Manhattan Libertarian Party

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