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Throughout the year we host book signings, roundtable discussions, and educational and social events. Become involved with the Goldwater Institute -- check back for information about our upcoming events.


Past Events

This Land is My Land: Eminent Domain Reform After Kelo v. City of New London   January 17, 2006

Goldwater Institute Legislative Briefing

Clint Bolick Speaker Series Luncheon  December 01, 2005

"Local governments touch the intimate lives of every American every day. They operate the schools most of our children attend. They determine the permissible uses of our property. They regulate the terms and conditions of business and employment...They do so usually out of sight and out of mind, and as a result they are often out of control."

Jay Greene: Education Myths: What Special-Interest Groups Want You to Believe About our Schools-And Why It Isn't So   November 16, 2005

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Stephen Moore: Wall Street Journal editorial writer and author, Bullish on Bush   November 04, 2005

THE AMERICAN DREAM is fundamentally the dream of ownership-of one's home, one's business, one's destiny. In Bullish on Bush, economist Stephen Moore examines president George W. Bush's vision of an "ownership society," which encompasses policies that go the heart of the American Dream, including personal retirement accounts, permanent tax cuts, and elimination of the "Death Tax."

Robert A. Levy: Author of Shakedown: How Corporations, Government, and Trial Lawyers Abuse the Judicial Process   May 05, 2005

A PROPERLY FUNCTIONING tort system helps those who have been harmed receive a measure of justice. But, as Robert A. Levy argues in Shakedown, the American tort system has become a mechanism by which politicians extract "damages" from targeted industries on behalf of favored interest groups. Shakedown exposes these and other abuses of America's judicial system and recommends overhauling tort and antitrust laws through reforms that are compatible with the principles of federalism and a limited government. Join us for this important and timely discussion of the tort system. Reception to follow.

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