Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Economic Liberty and the Constitution - an online townhall - Update

Economic Liberty and the Constitution:

Economic liberty was revered by the Founding Fathers, who enshrined its principles in the Constitution. A hundred years ago, those tenets were attacked by the Progressives, who saw property rights as the protection of special interests, and our Constitution's structure as an impediment to progress as they defined it.

Economic liberty can be restored as decisively as it has been lost, but a restoration of constitutional principles cannot happen without citizen understanding and vigilant defense of the principles of the Declaration of Independence and Constitution.

Hillsdale College in Michigan is having a one-day online town hall April 16, 2011 from 7 am to 9:30 am Pacific Time.

You need to sign up in advance. Sign up
Update April 22: The event is preserved in a video archive. It requires free registration - the same as for the event.
Constitution Townhall archive

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