Independence Hall
The Future of Freedom: The Problems and the Prospects
First National Meeting
February 26-27, 1965
Sheraton-Chicago Hotel
Chicago, Illinois

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Friday, February 26

3:00 -   3:30     Registration - Coffee

3:30 -   5:00     Discussion - The Philadelphia Society - W. Glenn Campbell, Chairman

5:00 -   6:00     Cocktail hour

6:00 -   7:30     Dinner

Remarks: Antony Fisher, Institute of Economic Affairs

Don Lipsett:  Call to Order 

  

8:00 - 10:00     The Problem of Philosophy M. Stanton Evans, Chairman

Milton Friedman, "Liberalism" 

  

Stanley Parry, "The Real Problem of the Conservative Theory" 

  

Frank S. Meyer, "A New Stage in Conservative Thought"

  

Friedman Comments 

  

Meyer Comments 

  

Saturday, February 27

9:30 — 11:30      The Foreign Policy of a Free Society Thomas Molnar, Chairman

Robert Strausz-Hupe', "The Old Realities and the New Myths"

  

L. Brent Bozell, "A Purpose for our Foreign Policy" 

  

Stefan T. Possony, "The Technology of War and Peace"

  

Strausz-Hupe Comments

  

Bozell Comments 

  

Possony Comments 

  

12:00 —   1:00     Luncheon — Report, Organization Committee

1:15-   3:15     The Problem of Persuasion Arthur Kemp, Chairman

LeBaron R. Foster, Gerald J. Skibbins, "What Makes America Conservative?"

G. Warren Nutter, "Politics, Propaganda, and Persuasion"

Richard C. Cornuelle, "Building a Persuasive Position" 

  

3:15 -   3:45    Coffee

3:45  -   6:00     The Intellectual Task Ahead Benjamin A. Rogge, Chairman

Eliseo Vivas, "The Philosophical Errors of the Liberal Establishment

Russell Kirk, "Right Reason versus Ideology" 

  

George J. Stigler, "Is America Big Enough for Conservatives, Too?" 

  

Frank S. Meyer: Concluding Remarks