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Evening at FEE: North Korea in One Lesson, with Michael Malice

Start Saturday, May 10, 2014 6:30 PM

End Saturday, May 10, 2014 9:30 PM

Join us in Irvington, NY for An Evening at FEE on Saturday, May 10 to hear Michael Malice discuss his new book DEAR READER: The Unauthorized Autobiography of Kim Jong Il.

Culled from books that he spirited out of Pyongyang, DEAR READER is a first-person account of the history of the DPRK. Join us at FEE as Malice pulls back the curtain on the world's least-free nation.

Michael Malice is an author and FEE speaker. He is the subject of Harvey Pekar's graphic novel "Ego & Hubris," as well as the co-author of several other books. Follow him on Facebook at fb.com/michaelmalice

 

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Foundation for Economic Education
30 South Broadway
Irvington, NY 10533

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Contact: Queen Rivera
Phone: 914-591-7230
Email: qrivera@fee.org

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