You’re Invited to Special Brown Bag Lunch on October 25!
Progressive ideology has fueled the massive growth of the federal government, while progressives argue heavily for the fairness of equal outcomes. Do the two hold a deeper connection than first meets the eye? Why do those who argue most loudly for “equality” always seem to think that bigger government is the answer?
The ideas of 19th century French political thinker Alexis de Tocqueville–most famous for his insightful Democracy in America–provide some interesting answers to these questions. How did Tocqueville see this problem, and what might it mean for liberty? Please join us at the Independence Institute Freedom Embassy (727 E 16th Avenue, Denver, CO 80203) on Thursday, October 25, to hear from our special guest speaker, Steven Pittz, Ph.D. candidate in Political Theory at the University of Texas at Austin.
Doors open at 11:30 AM, with the presentation running promptly from noon to 1 PM. The event will be a Brown Bag Lunch, so you are welcome to bring your own food along with some thoughtful questions for our guest speaker. You may RSVP for this free event by sending an email to RSVP@i2i.org.
Limited free parking is available adjacent to the building and in the lot west of the building across the alleyway. Additional street parking and paid lots are available nearby. The meeting room is on the lower level of the building, with no access by elevator. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.