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Evening at FEE: "What FEE and Liberty Have Meant to Me" with M. Stanton Evans

Start Saturday, May 04, 2013 6:15 PM

End Saturday, May 04, 2013 9:30 PM

Join us in Irvington, NY for An Evening at FEE on Saturday, May 4 to hear M. Stanton Evans on "What FEE and Liberty Have Meant to Me.”

Journalist M. Stanton Evans, a contributing editor at Human Events, studied economics under Ludwig von Mises, worked as an assistant editor of The Freeman under Frank Chodorov, and became the nation’s youngest editor of a metropolitan city newspaper when he took over the Indianapolis News at age 26. He helped found the Young Americans for Freedom, the National Journalism Center, and the Education and Research Institute. He currently holds the Buchanan Chair of Journalism at Troy University in Troy, Alabama.  

Can't make it in person? Register for our audio-only webinar, starting at 7:20 p.m. Register for the webinar here.

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Foundation for Economic Education
30 South Broadway
Irvington, NY 10533
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Contact: Estefania Tenezaca
Phone: 914-591-7230
Email: etenezaca@fee.org

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