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September 2017

Liberty Fund Co-Sponsored Weekend: Presidents and the Constitution – George Washington (Mount Vernon, VA)

Fri, Sep 22, 4:00 pm to Sun, Sep 24, 12:15 pm

This co-sponsored colloquium will center on the life and writings of George Washington as one of the key figures in America’s Founding. The sessions all focus on Washington’s contributions to liberty and self-government in the United States, first as revolutionary and military commander, then as an advocate for federalism and republican government, and finally as president and statesman.  Tour:  George Washington's Mount Vernon Discussion Leader: Dr. William Allen Application Deadline: March 8, 2017 Participation is based on a competitive application process. If selected,…

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October 2017

Liberty Fund Co-Sponsored Weekend: Presidents and the Constitution – Abraham Lincoln (Springfield, IL)

Fri, Oct 13, 4:00 pm to Sun, Oct 15, 12:00 pm

This co-sponsored colloquium will focus on the contributions of Abraham Lincoln’s life and writings to the discourse of liberty and responsibility. Particular care is given to the debate over the nature of the federal union as engaged by Lincoln and his southern adversaries. Tour: Abraham Lincoln Home and Museum Discussion Leader: Dr. Lucas Morel Application Deadline: March 8, 2017 Participation is based on a competitive application process. If selected, the stipend for this program is $400. Qualifications are below. Applicants must be current K-12 school teachers,…

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November 2017

Liberty Fund Co-Sponsored Weekend: Presidents and the Constitution – Andrew Jackson (Nashville, TN)

Fri, Nov 3, 4:00 pm to Sun, Nov 5, 11:30 am

This co-sponsored colloquium will focus on Jackson’s presidency is generally interpreted as signifying the moment when democracy becomes an overwhelming political and moral force in America that pushes aside a republican understanding of government. The key issues of Jackson’s presidency, which this conference will explore, center on the Jacksonian coalition’s understanding of union, liberty, representation, equality, republicanism, and economic growth and the impact such understanding would have for the rechartering of the National Bank, Indian removal, and states’ rights. Tour: Andrew…

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April 2018

Liberty Fund Co-Sponsored Weekend: Presidents and the Constitution – Franklin D. Roosevelt (Hyde Park, NY)

April 13, 2018, 4:00 pm to April 15, 2018, 12:15 pm

This co-sponsored colloquium will introduce history and government teachers from the secondary school level to the campaign and presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt and its consequences for liberty and responsibility. Readings cover the elections of 1932 and 1936, Roosevelt’s relationship with the Supreme Court, and his use of executive power in domestic and foreign policy. Readings place particular emphasis on the ongoing critique and alternative vision to Roosevelt’s New Deal policies offered by Herbert Hoover, requiring participants to revisit their…

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