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The Road to Freedom: The Scam of Socialism and the Morality of Markets July 15 to 16, 2016

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Jul 15 - Jul 16
2:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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Young America’s Foundation invites full-time college students to attend our next Road to Freedom seminar scheduled for July 15 and 16 at the Foundation’s headquarters located outside of Washington, D.C.

Many young people are often duped into embracing socialism because they never learn about the morality of markets. A Young America’s Foundation nationwide poll revealed that most young people do not want more government involvement in their lives. Yet what explains the media’s obsession with showcasing how students want more socialism including free education and other government handouts? 

Students who attend this program will be introduced to works of intellectual leaders such as—Friedrich Hayek, Milton Friedman, Ludwig Von Mises, among others—who influenced President Reagan and the largest peacetime expansion of the economy in American history.

At this program you will:

  • Discover the free market leaders who influenced Ronald Reagan and his ideas
  • Compare the policies of President Reagan to other American presidents including the policies of Barack Obama, George W. Bush, and Jimmy Carter.
  • Brainstorm methods to promote these ideas on your campus
  • Any more!

Cost of the program is only $45 and includes hotel and meals during the program. Limited travel waivers are available to those traveling significant distances. 

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Young America's Foundation
11480 Commerce Park Drive
Reston, VA 20191

John Tamny

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Walter Williams

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Jared Meyer

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Anne Rathbone Bradley

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Steve Moore

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Thomas J. DiLorenzo

Professor of Economics and Author

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Marc Thiessen

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Jordan Lorence

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The cost of the program is only $45 and includes hotel and meals during the program.

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Terms and Conditions:

a) I understand that I am applying for a limited amount of space at this seminar and that my application is subject to confirmation.  I will be notified within two weeks of submitting my application whether I have been accepted to the seminar. 

b) I must attend all sessions of the Road to Freedom Seminar. If I do not attend all functions, I will be charged the full cost of the seminar, including the hotel, food, and conference costs, which totals $1,700 per attendee.  

c) Except in case of emergency, I must notify Young America’s Foundation by July 10, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. EST of my inability to attend.

d) I understand I will be assigned roommates for the conference. I may request preferred roommates of the same sex, but there is a chance I may not be able to room with them. 

e) I agree to abide by all rules and instructions of Young America’s Foundation and to obey all laws.  I agree to notify Young America’s Foundation’s staff immediately if a problem arises during the conference.

f) Young America’s Foundation uses real photos, videos, and quotes from students for promotional purposes and to advance its mission. By attending this program, I consent to the use of my photo, written evaluation statements, and video in any Young America’s Foundation materials.