Lessons from the Iraq War: Reconciling Liberty and Security

The Objectivist Center and The Cato Institute are co-sponsoring a one day symposium focused on the Iraq War. With opening comments from Cato’s Executive Vice President David Boaz and The Objectivist Center’s Executive Director David Kelley, the day continues with panel discussions on “Reflections on the Iraq War,” “Has the Invasion and Occupation of Iraq Advanced America’s Interests in the Middle East?,” and “The Principles Guiding Military Intervention”. The conference also features Ted Galen Carpenter, Nick Gillespie, Ronald Bailey, Brink Lindsey, Charles Pena, Ed Hudgins, and many others.
The “Lessons from the Iraq War: Reconciling Liberty and Security” symposium is free of charge and will be held October 22, 2004, 8:30-5:00pm at the Cato Institute in Washington, D.C. For more information and registration information, visit The Objectivist Center or the Cato Institute.