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Speaker Lecture topics
Andrew Abela Chairman, Department of Business and Economics, The Catholic University of America
  • Consumerism: The Achilles Heel of the Market Economy
  • Distributism: Is It a Realistic Option for the 21st Century?
  • Catholic Social Teaching and the Market Economy
Karin Agness President, Network of enlightened Women
  • Feminism and Conservatism: Dividing Lines and Possibilities for Unity
  • The War on Women: How Growing Government Hurts Women
  • How the Millennial Generation Learned to Love Big Government and How Much it Will Cost Us
John Agresto Academic Chair, American University of Iraq
  • Democracy, Liberty, and American Foreign Policy
  • The Corruption of American Higher Education
Richard Allen Reagan National Security Advisor
  • National Security
  • Stewardship of Western Civilization
William Allen Emeritus Dean and Professor, Michigan State University
  • The American Founding
  • George Washington's Legacy
  • An American Future
Glenn Arbery d'Alzon Professor of Liberal Education, Assumption College
  • Why Literature Matters
  • What Makes a Classic?
  • Poetry and the Education of Feeling
Virginia Arbery Adjunct, Professor of Politics, Assumption College
  • George Washington and the American Founding
  • Liberal Education and its Enemies
  • The Family and the Political Order
Hadley Arkes Ney Professor of Jurisprudence, Amherst College
  • A Natural Law Manifesto
  • The Natural Law Challenge
  • Natural Rights and the Right to Choose
David Azerrad Associate Director of the B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles and Politics
  • The American Founding
  • The Rise of Progressivism
  • Modern Liberalism and Conservativism
Doug Bandow Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
  • America's Debt Crisis: The Bills Students Will Be Paying Throughout their Lives
  • What's a Bankrupt Superpower to Do: A Foreign Policy for a Republic
  • Globalization: The Best Way to Help the World's Poor--and Americans