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: Introduction of Luder G. Whitlock, Jr.

Allen Mendenhall, Michael Anton, Samuel Gregg: Liberalism, Populism, and the Future of Conservatism – Complete Panel

Luder G. Whitlock, Jr.: Divided We Fall: The Case for Unity Amidst Diversity

George H. Nash: The Conservative Search for Identity – Panel Introduction

Gladden Pappin: The Conservative Search for Identity

Christopher G. Long: Welcome / Introduction of Jonah Goldberg

Sam Karnick: The Conservative Search for Identity

Jonah Goldberg: What is Conservatism?

Daniel McCarthy: Why I Am or Am Not a Conservative

Neal Freeman: What Should Conservatism Conserve–and What Not? – Panel Introduction

Helen Andrews: Why I Am or Am Not a Conservative

Daniel Oliver: What Should Conservatism Conserve–and What Not?

Max Borders: Why I Am or Am Not a Conservative

Matthew Spalding: What Should Conservatism Conserve–and What Not?

Avik Roy: Why I Am or Am Not a Conservative

Donald Devine: What Should Conservatism Conserve–and What Not?

Gary Gregg: The Causes of the Decline of the Constitution

John Grant: The Causes of the Decline of the Constitution

Michael Federici: The Future of the American Judiciary

John Eastman: The Future of the American Judiciary

Edith H. Jones: What Remains of the Rule of Law?

Danny J. Boggs: The Future of the American Judiciary

Greg Weiner: What To Do About Entitlements?

Robert Alt: What To Do About Entitlements?

William Voegeli: What To Do About Entitlements?

John McGinnis: The Causes of the Decline of the Constitution

Daniel McCarthy: “Democrats and Republicans Today: Chances of Realignment Looking Forward”

John Hood: Can America Still Be a Land of Opportunity, Entrepreneurship, and Prosperity?

Samuel Gregg: The American Tradition and Political Economy

Edward J. Erler: “Democrats and Republicans Today: Chances of Realignment Looking Forward”

Warren L. Coats: Can We Restore Fiscal Prudence and National Solvency?

Gordon Lloyd: The American Tradition and Political Economy

Charles R. Kesler: Kesler – Federalists and Democratic Republicans: The Founders on Faction and the Emergence of Parties

Harry C. Veryser: Can We Restore Fiscal Prudence and National Solvency? Panel Introduction

Ryan Patrick Hanley: The American Tradition and Political Economy

Gleaves Whitney: “Democrats and Republicans Today: Chances of Realignment Looking Forward”

Brian Domitrovic: Can We Restore Fiscal Prudence and National Solvency?

David Walsh: The American Tradition and Political Economy

Richard Reinsch: “Whigs, Democrats, and Republicans from 1850-1861: Compromise, Disunion, or War?”

Vance Ginn: Can We Restore Fiscal Prudence and National Solvency?

Richard A. Brake: Federalists and Democratic Republicans: The Founders on Faction and the Emergence of Parties – Panel Introduction

Donald V. Weatherman: “Democrats and Republicans From Wilson to Reagan: Rise of the Administrative State”

George Gilder: “Monopoly Money — The Nemesis of Growth and Progress”

Gerard Alexander: Democrats and Republicans From Wilson to Reagan: Rise of the Administrative State

James R. Stoner, Jr.: “Whigs, Democrats, and Republicans from 1850-1861: Compromise, Disunion, or War?”

Amity Shlaes: “Calvin Coolidge: The Moral Case for Restrained Government & Things of the Spirit”

Herman J. Belz: Whigs, Democrats, and Republicans from 1850-1861: Compromise, Disunion, or War?

David Whalen: Luncheon and Distinguished Members Induction

C. A. Baylor: Democrats and Republicans From Wilson to Reagan: Rise of the Administrative State

Kevin Portteus: Whigs, Democrats, and Republicans from 1850-1861: Compromise, Disunion, or War?

Michael C. Munger: Reconsidering the Culture of Free Markets

Lee Edwards: “Democrats and Republicans Today: Chances of Realignment Looking Forward”

John O'Sullivan: “Partisan Politics in the United States: A View From Up Close and Afar”

Nicholas Capaldi: Reconsidering the Culture of Free Markets

William Anthony Hay: Hay – Federalists and Democratic Republicans: The Founders on Faction and the Emergence of Parties

Terry W. Anker: Can America Still Be a Land of Opportunity, Entrepreneurship, and Prosperity?

Michael Matheson Miller: Reconsidering the Culture of Free Markets

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