During the Kagan Supreme Court nomination hearings and in the wake of the ruling on the Chicago gun ban case, Reason magazine and Reason.tv presents:
Conservatives v. Libertarians: Judicial Restraint and Constitutional
What: A debate between Reason Associate Editor Damon Root, The Constitutional Accountability Center's Doug Kendall, and Federalist Society President Eugene B. Meyer on fault lines in the Supreme Court and the future of American jurisprudence
When: Wednesday, June 30, 6.30-9pm
Where: Reason DC HQ, 1747 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington DC 20009 (Two blocks north of Dupont Circle; take Red Line Metro to Dupont Circle North exit)
Program starts sharply at 7pm. Audience Q&A to follow debate. Soft and hard drinks served. Please RSVP by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read Damon Root's July cover story, "Conservatives v. Libertarians."
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