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.
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The Buckeye Institute for Public Policy Solutions
Founded in 1989, The Buckeye Institute for Public Policy Solutions is an independent research and educational institution—a think tank—whose mission is to advance free-market public policy.
The staff at Buckeye accomplish the organization’s mission by performing timely and reliable research on key issues, compiling and synthesizing data, formulating sound free-market policies, and promoting those solutions for implementation in Ohio and replication across the country.
The Buckeye Institute is located directly across the street from the Ohio Statehouse on Capitol Square in Columbus, where it assists legislative and executive branch policymakers by providing ideas, research, and data to enable the lawmakers’ effectiveness in advocating free-market public policy solutions.
The Buckeye Institute is a non-partisan, non-profit, and tax-exempt organization, as defined by section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue code. As such, it relies on support from individuals, corporations, and foundations who share a commitment to individual liberty, free enterprise, personal responsibility, and limited government. The Buckeye Institute does not seek or accept government funding.