The 12th Annual Templeton Lecture for Economic Liberty and the Constitution
Join us for the 12th annual John M. Templeton, Jr. Lecture featuring American Enterprise Institute W. H. Brady Scholar Charles Murray, as he discusses The Founding Virtues: 1787 and 2014.
Charles Murray is a political scientist, author, and libertarian. He has written several books, including Losing Ground, which has been credited as the intellectual foundation for the Welfare Reform Act of 1996. His most recent book, Coming Apart, describes his take on an unprecedented divergence in American classes over the last half century. Guests of this event will receive a complimentary copy of Coming Apart.
The annual John M. Templeton, Jr. Lecture on Economic Liberties and the Constitution showcases the most important thinkers and policy-makers in America as they discuss economic liberties and current issues in a forum open to the public. Previous lecturers have included former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers, John C. Bogle, Secretary Tommy Thompson, Cass Sunstein, Arthur C. Brooks, among others.
Event & Parking Information
Advance reservations recommended.
Please note that this program is subject to change; call the National Constitution Center or check our website for updated information. National Constitution Center programs begin promptly and latecomers may not be admitted.
Parking will be available for $9 at the National Constitution Center parking garage located at the rear of the building on Race Street between 5th and 6th streets on a first come first serve basis. Pick up your discounted parking voucher at registration.