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Religious Freedom and the Crisis over Conservative Jurisprudence

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The Army Navy Club

901 17th Street Northwest

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The Institute on Religion & Democracy cordially invites you to join our eighth annual Diane Knippers Memorial Lecture featuring political scientist Hadley P. Arkes of Amherst College. As the main advocate, and architect, of the bill that became known as the Born-Alive Infants’ Protection Act, he will address the sanctity of life and religious freedom matters before the United States Supreme Court.

Arkes is the founder and director of the James Wilson Institute on Natural Rights & the American Founding in Washington, D.C. Arkes has become known to a wide audience through his writings on natural rights in the Wall Street Journal, the Weekly Standard, and National Review.

This year’s lecture will take place the evening of Tuesday, October 2nd at the Army Navy Club in Washington, D.C. A reception will follow the lecture. Please RSVP by joining this event.

For further details, call IRD at 202-682-4131 or email cvicari@theird.org.

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