The Future of the American Presidency

Feb. 5, 2010
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Main Theatre, Regent University

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Thirty years ago, when America struggled from the decade-long malaise of the 1970s, Ronald Reagan rejected the notion that the sun had set on a once-great country. He countered: "It’s morning in America."

What better time than now, 30 years later, with America once again facing potent challenges to her identity at home and abroad, to re-examine the character of traditional American culture.

On February 5, eight of America’s leading scholars will gather to discuss America’s future in a postmodern world.

Hardley Arkes Paul Cantor Charles Kesler Wilfred McClay Allan Carlson Jean Bethke Elshtain Ken Myers George Weigel
Hardley
Arkes
Paul
Cantor
Charles
Kesler
Wilfred
McClay
Allan
Carlson
Jean Bethke
Elshtain
Ken
Myers
George
Weigel