The Future of the American Presidency
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.