San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Fund for American Studies,
America's Future Foundation,
The Buckeye Institute for Public Policy Solutions,
and The Federalist Society—Columbus Lawyers Chapter
cordially invite you to attend
Can Conservatives and Libertarians Get Along?: Donald Devine on America's Way Back
How can America find its way back from economic stagnation, fiscal calamity, and the current national malaise? In his new book, America’s Way Back: Reclaiming Freedom, Tradition, and the Constitution, Donald J. Devine argues that it can be done through “a restoration of the constitutional synthesis of freedom and tradition” at the heart of the American experiment. Devine is a vice chairman of the American Conservative Union. He also served as Director of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management under President Reagan, and as deputy director of political planning for President Reagan’s presidential campaign. The new book has been praised by The Federalist Society’s President Eugene Meyer, who noted that “America’s Way Back follows on the work of my father, Frank Meyer, showing that libertarianism and traditionally-oriented conservatism, while sometimes conflicting in specific policy areas, are complementary and vital as bulwarks of the West.”
Monday, October 28, 2013
67 East Gay Street
This event is free, but reservations are required by clicking here:
Appetizers and an open bar will be provided.
If you have any questions, please contact Erin Sutter at 614-224-4422.
When & Where
The Buckeye Institute for Public Policy Solutions
What We Are
The Buckeye Institute for Public Policy Solutions is a non-profit, non-partisan research and education institute, or "think tank." We are funded by a coalition of individuals, corporations, and foundations who share our ideals and support our work. We do not seek, nor do we accept, funding from government sources at any level.
What We Believe
- That freedom, opportunity, responsibility, and community should drive public policy.
- That quality research and data-driven solutions should rise above mere partisanship and are a necessary foundation for healthy debate.
- That a limited, transparent, and accountable government best fulfills its duties to its citizens; best protects their rights and freedoms; and creates an environment for growth and opportunity.
- That creating a vibrant, flexible, and competitive economic environment allows Ohioans to pursue their hopes and dreams and makes Ohio a better place to live and work.
What We Do
- Set the policy debate in Ohio by researching and promoting relevant and practical solutions to Ohio's most pressing public policy issues.
- Build coalitions of like-minded individuals and organizations committed to public policy that is driven by the best information available but also by our ideals and values.
- Engage and educate citizens and policy makers in the need for reform grounded in freedom, responsibility, opportunity and community.
- Support public policy solutions that expand freedom and limit government; that reward personal responsibility and hold government accountable; and that free workers and empower communities.