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Register Now for Is American Democracy Broken?

Is American Democracy Broken? Student Seminar

The recent presidential election in the United States has elicited debate on a number of important issues, ranging from the structure and operation of the American electoral system to the appropriate scale and scope of government power on a number of public policy issues.

In an effort to explore some of these questions in greater depth, the Free Market Institute (FMI) has partnered with the Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) to present a seminar that brings together faculty and students for a series of lectures and informal discussions.

Registration is free and open to all members of the Texas Tech University community and to current students from other universities. Registration includes all lectures, program materials, meals, and receptions.

Students, who wish to attend the seminar and are traveling from outside of the Lubbock area, are eligible to receive lodging at a local hotel at no charge. Those students will be responsible for their transportation to attend the event.

Register for Is American Democracy Broken?

More information about the program can be found at the link above and at the FMI Upcoming Events page. Please contact the FMI by phone at 806.742.7138 or email at free.market @ttu.edu with any question.

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