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Thursday, November 13, 2008
Institute for Liberal Studies: Economics and Government seminar
The Western Standard is helping to promote an exciting seminar about liberty taking place at the University of Waterloo.
The Institute for Liberal Studies (ILS) is hosting the Economics and Government seminar on November 22, 2008 and I’m hoping you’ll help us spread the word. (Don’t let the name fool you; the ILS believes in free markets, property rights and individual liberty. And our editor Peter Jaworski, and blogger Janet Neilson, are founders -- with Matt Bufton -- of this smart new Institute.)
If you can’t attend this event, please forward the details for the seminar to anyone you know who cares about liberty.
You can find all the details for this event here.
Here is a list of the speakers, and the topics of their talks:
• Peter Holle (Frontier Centre for Public Policy) - "Public Choice and Public Policy: Overcoming Self Interest in Government"
• Yuri Maltsev (Carthage College) - "The Fall of Communism and the Rise of 21st Century Socialism"
• George Bragues (University of Guelph-Humber) - "The Panic of 2007-2008: Not the Free Market's Fault"
Thanks for your help.
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Posted by Matthew Johnston on November 13, 2008 in Current Affairs | Permalink
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