A Nation in Chains: An evening with Loyola Univ Prof, Daniel J. D'Amico PhD
Friday, July 25, 2014 from 7:30 PM to 11:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Cocktail connoisseur, 2007 Ludwig von Mises Institute Fellow, economics Professor at Loyola University New Orleans and expert in drug policy, incarceration, music, culture, and the deductive study of human action spends an evening with Atlanta's Liberty on the Rocks crowd.
Does the free market incentivize privatized prisons to lock up individuals with big profit? We'll discuss historical contributing factors responsible for America having the world's highest national incarceration per capita including crony relationships between the "private" sector prison industry and government, the war on drugs, and influence of common law judicial tradition on the United States.
Hoist a few and lean on Dan for some laughs and a brainstorm on how young people in the Atlanta area can communicate these issues in simple terms and come up with ideas of how to participate in the progression of possible solutions through entrepreneurship, research, and organized activism.
When & Where
Liberty On the Rocks: Atlanta
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