Friday, April 2
3:00 - 3:30 Registration—Spanish Court"
3:30 - 5:30 "Liberals & Conservatives Revisited"
Irving Kristol, Editor, The Public Interest
Milton Friedman, University of Chicago
Ernest van den Haag, The New School for Social Research
5:45 - 6:45 Cocktail Hour
7:00 - 8:30 Dinner
Henry G. Manne, University of Rochester
Nader and the Corporation - Or, Will Business Please Roll Over and Play Dead?
Saturday, April 3
10:00-12:00 "Post Liberal America in the Cold War Arena"
Stefan T. POSsony, The HdoVer laitinition, Stanford University
Gerhart Niemeyer, University of Notre Dame
Anthony Harrigan, Executive Vice President, Southern
States Industrial Council
12:15 - 1:30 Luncheon
Report on The Philadelphia Society—Henry Regnery, President
Hon. James L. Buckley, United States Senator from New York
1:45 - 3:45 "The American Political Tradition"
HarrS, V. Jaffa, Claremont Men's College,
Gordon Tullock, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Stephen J. Tonsor, University of Michigan
4:15 - 6:15 "The Future of Conservatism in a Post-Liberal America"
Frank S. Meyer, Senior Editor, National Review
Donald Devine, University of Maryland
Michael M. Uhlmann, Assistant to Senator James L. Buckley
7:00 Optional Saturday Buffet Dinner
"Putting Principles Into Practice."
M. Stanton Evans, Editor of the Indianapolis News, will chair the discussion. Speakers will
include David A. Keene, Assistant to the Vice President; John L. Ryan, Commissioner, Postal Rate Commis-
sion, and others.