MAKING THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE?

March 2-4, 2018  |  Hotel Monaco  |  Salt Lake City, UT


How would you resist ideology?

The Communist Manifesto is required reading in many colleges. Antifa and the Alt Right have swollen in the past couple years. Identity politics continues to plague not only students and faculty, but the very disciplines you study.

Your fellow students want to change the world for the better.

You do, too. 

The question is: what are the limits of such an aspiration? How should we understand the nature of ideology, and what can we do to resist it?

If accepted, you are expected to provide your own transportation. Travel stipends are available but not guaranteed. 

Harrison Kleiner

Assistant Professor,
 Utah State University

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Professor,
 Assumption College

Dan Mahoney

Thank you to all our partners that made this day possible. They deserve a grand aplause!

Gladden Pappin

Assistant Professor,
University of Dallas

"Topic"

Jay Richards

Assistant Research Professor,
The Catholic University of America

"Topic"

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Lawrence Reed is president of FEE and author of the new book Real Heroes.

"PUBLIC CHOICE ECONOMICS"
Tawni Ferrarini is co-author of the book 

Michael Matheson Miller, "Wealth and Poverty"

Victor Claar, "Economics and the Pursuit of Human Happiness"

 

Beyond the talks we will feature many events that will give you an opportunity to network.

Meet & Greet, Nametags, Swag, Refreshments

Pecha Kucha Customer Presentations (roughly 7 min each)

Key Speaker Critiquing a local Landing Page

Network with other company users to to share best practices, discuss technical questions, network, and ultimately learn & get inspired from each other.

5:30-6:00 PM

6:00-7:00 PM

7:00-7:10 PM

6:00-7:00 PM

THE PARTNERS

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SPEAKERS & TOPICS

Theme: The False Promise of Radical Politics

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TOPICS

Lawrence Reed, "Free Market Economics from Adam Smith to Milton Friedman"

Tawni Ferrarini, "Public Choice Economics"

Michael Matheson Miller, "Wealth and Poverty"

Victor Claar, "Economics and the Pursuit of Human Happiness"

THE FALSE PROMISE OF RADICAL POLITICS

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