Strengthening Constitutional Self-Government

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Major Issues Lecture Series

For more than 20 years, the Major Issues Lecture Series has played an important role in the Ashland community—being the most publicly recognized and widely attended program sponsored by the Ashbrook Center. Beyond its value to the general public, the Lecture Series serves as an important educational tool for the undergraduate students in the Ashbrook Scholar Program and for high school students throughout Ohio.

The program begins at noon with lunch which is typically followed by a 30-minute presentation from our speaker and 15 minutes of Q&A. Following the luncheon, the speaker meets with the Ashbrook Scholars in the Ashbrook Center for an informal and off-the-record conversation.

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Past Speakers

Charles Rice

Politics and Religion: The Constitutional Aspects
November 4, 1985

Cal Thomas

Should the Church be in Politics?
October 7, 1985

Russell Kirk

September 18, 1985

Charles Greenleaf, Jr.

The Importance of the Pacific Basin Nations
February 21, 1985

Danny Boggs

The Two Party System
December 13, 1984

F. Clifton White

The ’84 Election: What It Means
November 27, 1984

Jill Knight

British Trade Unions: Impact on Politics and the Economy
October 2, 1984

Judge Lee Loevinger

Making Washington Work
April 16, 1984

Yale Brozen

Politics vs. Prosperity and Freedom
March 28, 1984

Alvin Rubushka

Prospects for Tax Reform
February 15, 1984

Lyn Nofziger

Campaign Strategy, 1984
December 12, 1983

Jeane Kirkpatrick

U.S. Foreign Policy and the U.N.
November 18, 1983

Walter E. Williams

Government Intervention and Individual Freedom
September 27, 1983
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