Manhattan Institute's "Capitalism on Campus" Conference

George Leef

In this week's Pope Center Clarion Call, I write about the "Capitalism on Campus" conference sponsored by the Manhattan Institute. It was a first-rate event that brought together scholars to discuss how capitalism fares these days (not very well, on the whole) and what approaches we might take to ensure that more students get something other than the anti-capitalist mentality (as Ludwig von Mises termed it) that is so prevalent among professors.

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