Independence Hall
Many Voices: Varieties of Conservative Thought In The 1980s
April 12-13, 1985
The Drake Hotel
Chicago, Illinois

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Friday, April 12

4:00 - 6:30    Registration & Reception

6:30 - 9:00    Dinner
                        Daniel B. Hales, Chairman
                        The Hon. Evan Griffith Galbraith, United States Ambassador to France


Saturday, April 13

8:30 - 9:30    Annual Breakfast Meeting of Membership (Members only)

10:00 - 11:30    “The Conservative Counterrevolution."
                            Forrest McDonald, Chairman
                            Jeffrey Hart, Dartmouth College
                            Otto J. Scott, Author and Consultant
                            Jeffrey St. John, Author and Lecturer

12:00 - 2:00    Luncheon
                            Report on the Philadelphia, Society - M. E. Bradford, President

2:30 - 4:00    "The Newer Conservatives: An International Report"
                            Ernest van den Haag, Chairman
                            Germany - Paul Gottfried, Rockford College
                            France - Thomas Molnar, Brooklyn College
                            Spain - Frederick Wilhelmsen, University of Dallas

4:00 - 4:30    Coffee Break

4:30 - 6:00    Ernest W. Lefever, Chairman
                            United Kingdom - Eamonn Butler, Adam Smith Institute,
                            Central America - Philip Powell, University of California, Santa Barbara
                            Canada - Brian Tracy, The Institute for Executive Development

7:00 - 9:00   Optional Dinner Sessions

"The Limits Of International Law: Sovereignty, The Constitution And The New World Order"
                            Douglas W. Kmiec, Chairman
                            Roger A. Brooks and Grover Rees
                            Discussants: Eugene Hickok and James P. Lucier

"Can We Privatize What Government Does?"
                            Elizabeth Currier, Chairman
                            Terry Anderson, Stuart Butler, Joe M. Cobb, David Friedman, John Goodman and Richard L. Stroup