You're Invited: Special Conversation on Tuesday, July 28

Announcing National Review Capital Matters.

July 24 2020

VISIT NATIONALREVIEW.COM

Presented by

capital_matter_logo.jpg


 

Please join National Review and National Review Institute for a special conversation about a new initiative on business, finance, and economics from a National Review sensibility.

Editor in Chief Rich Lowry will lead a discussion on this new venture.

In Conversation With:

  • Peter J. Travers, National Review Institute Board of Trustees Chairman
  • Andrew Stuttaford, National Review Capital Matters editor and NRI fellow
  • Kevin Hassett, National Review Capital Matters senior advisor
  • Ramesh Ponnuru, National Review senior editor and NRI fellow
  • Kevin D. Williamson, National Review roving correspondent and NRI fellow

Tuesday, July 28
6:00 - 6:45 p.m. ET

RSVP HERE

 

In the same spirit that led William F. Buckley Jr. to found National Review, NRI is proud to collaborate on this new project to explain, defend, and celebrate capitalism.

Please send press inquiries to miranda@nrinstitute.org

 

facebook.pngFacebook twitter.pngTwitter instagram.pngInstagram youtube.pngYouTube


National Review Institute is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), journalistic think tank, established to advance the conservative principles William F. Buckley Jr. championed, and complement the mission of National Review magazine by supporting and promoting NR's best talent. All contributions to it are deductible for income, gift, and estate tax purposes. EIN# 13-3649537
National Review Institute - 19 West 44th Street, Suite 1701 - New York, NY 10036
info@nrinstitute.org 212.849.2806 www.nrinstitute.org

national review

Follow Us & Share

19 West 44th Street, Suite 1701, New York, NY, 10036, USA
Your Preferences | Unsubscribe | Privacy
View this e-mail in your browser.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

No summer vacation for Biden & Trump

FOLLOW THE MONEY - Billionaire tied to Epstein scandal funneled large donations to Ramaswamy & Democrats

Breaking: Left-Wing Black History Children’s Book Distributed by Simon & Schuster Is Heavily Plagiarized