George Will: The Conservative Sensibility
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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist George Will returns to the Center for a conversation about his new book, The Conservative Sensibility, described as a monumental new reflection on American conservatism. Will examines how the founders’ belief in natural rights articulated in the Declaration of Independence and protected by the Constitution gave birth to a great American political tradition now under threat—one based on limited government, religious freedom, and belief in human virtue and dignity. Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, moderates.
Copies of The Conservative Sensibility can be pre-purchased at checkout or purchased onsite at the program. A book signing with George Will will follow the program. This program is sponsored by a generous grant from the Charles Koch Foundation.
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