Classical Liberals of the Carolinas

From Bastiat to Bitcoin: Disruptive Liberalism
January 8 & 9, 2016

Conference Location:

Johnson and Wales University
801 W Trade St
Charlotte, NC 28202

Recommended Hotel:

DoubleTree by Hilton
895 W. Trade Street, Charlotte,North Carolina, 28202
1-704-347-0070

Rate:$119++

Mention "CLC Conference" when you book

RSVP

Adam Smith
a411319@gmail.com 

“...to foster greater connections between individuals and centers of classical liberal thought in the Carolinas in order to multiply opportunities for exchange and to reduce the costs for these exchanges.”

~ Jack Sommer, Founder

Supporting Organizations:


Affiliated Organization:

Charles Koch Foundation  |  John Locke Foundation  |  Michael & Andrea Leven Foundation  |  Mercatus Center

Agenda:

Day 1 - January 8

Location:
Draught 601 S Cedar St
Charlotte, NC 28202
704.375.7566



Evening Reception | 6pm - 9pm
Location: Draught 601 S Cedar St, Charlotte, NC


Hosted by the Bastiat Society
with speaker Jeffrey Tucker 


Day 2 - January 9

Foundation Panel | 9am - 10:15am

John Hood, Pope Center
Stephen Sweet, Charles Koch Foundation
Ben Rast, Liberty Fund

Center Panel | 10:30am - 11:45pm

Michael Munger, Duke University
James Otteson, Wake Forest University
Peter Calcagno, College of Charleston
George Ehrhardt, Appalachian State University

Lunch | Noon - 1:30pm
Sponsored by the Pope Center for Higher Education Policy

Luncheon Address by Kelly Markson, Wake Tech Community College

Policy Panel | 2pm - 3:15pm

Jenna Robinson, Pope Center
Roy Cordato, John Locke Foundation
Karen Czarnecki, Mercatus Center
Brian Balfour, Civitas Institute

Entrepreneurial Panel | 3:30pm - 4:45pm

Brad DeVos, Bastiat Society
Anna Beavon, GenOpp
Ben Wilson, Bitcoin
Jeffery Tucker, FEE

Closing Reception/Dinner | 6pm - 8:30pm

Comedian Jeremy McLellan,
Edward Lopez, Western Carolina University


Day 3 - January 10

Optional Meetings

(Rooms available upon request)

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