What is capitalism? Is it moral? What is required for it to exist? How should one defend it?
The Ayn Rand Institute and the Foundation for Economic Education are teaming up to explore these questions and more at the Morality of Capitalism Student Conference—a free, day-long event, exclusively for undergraduate students—on Saturday, October 27, 2012. The conference is a unique opportunity to engage with top free market thinkers, participate in lectures and discussions, and network with other students. In addition, attendees will receive free books and three meals, and the conference will wrap up with an evening social at a nearby restaurant.
Who: Undergraduate students interested in free markets and liberty
What: The Morality of Capitalism Student Conference, a FREE student conference exploring the moral foundations of capitalism
Where: Ayn Rand Institute
When: Saturday, October 27, 2012
Why: To explore new ideas and network with other students
The registration deadline is Sunday, October 14, but space is limited and seats will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.