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Virginia Postrel, author of The Future and Its Enemies and The Substance of Style, delivered the John W. Pope Foundation lecture on February 24th, 2010.  The title of the lecture was "The Right Kind of Rules: What Washington Can Learn from Twitter."  (click on photo to watch video)

allisonJohn Allison, former CEO and current Chairman of the Board of BB&T Corp., delivered the John W. Pope Foundation lecture on October 6, 2009. The title of the lecture was "Leadership and Values." (click on photo to watch video)


mansfieldHarvey C. Mansfield, Jr., the William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Government at Harvard University, deilvered the John W. Pope Foundation lecture on November 19, 2008. The title of the lecture was "Tocqueville's American Virtue." (click on photo to watch video)


epsteinWorld renowned University of Chicago law professor, Richard Epstein, delivered the second John W. Pope Foundation lecture on March 5, 2008. The title of the lecture was "The Moral and Economic Foundations of Capitalism: Is there a difference?" (click on photo to watch video)

woodPulitzer Prize winner Gordon S. Wood delivered the inaugural John W. Pope Foundation lecture on October 3, 2007. The title of the lecture was "Why America Wants to Promote Democracy Around the World." (click on photo to watch video)


APEE Conference Audio

At the 2007 Annual Conference of the Association of Private Enterprise Education, members of The Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism and the Ayn Rand Institute sat on a panel to discuss "Fifty Years of Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged." Participants included chair C. Bradley Thompson and panelists Eric Daniels, Onkar Ghate, and Yaron Brook.

Listen to the recording here.

(The audio recording of this panel is Copyright 2007 The Ayn Rand Institute and is used here by permission.)


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