The Skeptical Liberal: Back in Bozeman

The Skeptical Liberal

How can we live together in peace, prosperity, and harmony, while retaining our liberties as autonomous individuals who can, and must, create our own values? -- J.M. Buchanan


Back in Bozeman

We arrived back in Bozeman on Tuesday. A brief synopsis of the past week's events follows.

I co-lead the discussions at a small conference for graduate students, sponsored by ISI and Liberty Fund, at the Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal in Mecosta, Michigan from June 9 - 12 (Our lodgings were at The Inn at St. Ives). The conference was on free trade and globalization, and the students were all non-economists (discipline represented included history, sociology, philosophy, political theory, and education). Very good group and lots of great conversation. Doug Bandow of the Cato Institute was the other discussion leader.

We then drove from East Lansing to Bozeman, June 12 - 14. Aside from thunderstorms across South Dakota on the 13th, it was an uneventful trip. Arrived mid-afternoon in Bozeman, unpacked and unwound. On Wednesday, I spent the day at PERC finishing my presentation for today and attending a presentation by one of the graduate students I'm mentoring here.


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