Irvington Farewell Series

Join us at one of three summer events to honor FEE’s home of 68 years as we say our final farewell to this historic landmark and celebrate FEE’s exciting future.

 

Opening Event featuring Walter Williams, Economist and Professor

"Markets, Governments, and the Common Good"

June 28, 2014

Please contact Elise Thompson at ethompson@FEE.org or 404-554-9980

 

 

Second Event featuring Max Borders, FEE Editor and Director of Content

"Inequality: Why We Should Stop Worrying about It”

July 26, 2014

Eventbrite - Irvington Farewell Series: Inequality: Why We Should Stop Worrying about It

 

Final Event featuring Lawrence W. Reed, President, FEE

“How to Lose Your Constitution: Lessons from the Roman Republic”

August 23, 2014

Eventbrite - Irvington Farewell Series: "How to Lose Your Constitution" with L.W. Reed

 

Each event will feature a property tour, light hors d'oeuvres and a brief program.

Attire: business casual.

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