Join Us for Today’s Q&A!

Our next live Q&A session is today, June 30, at 2:00pm ET, for one hour. The unusual time is intended to accommodate our international members, who have difficulty attending our regularly scheduled events.

Joining us will be Jeffrey Herbener, who teaches our Austrian Economics course. Bring your questions or just come and watch!

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New Course Available! The American Revolution: A Constitutional Conflict

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The course is taught by Professor Kevin Gutzman, whose books include The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Constitution, James Madison and the Making of America, and (with me) Who Killed the Constitution? The Fate of American Liberty from World War I to Barack Obama.

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John Maynard Keynes: His System and Its Fallacies
U.S. History to 1877
U.S. History Since 1877
Introduction to Logic
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Austrian Economics, Step by Step
The History of Political Thought, Part I
Western Civilization to 1500
Western Civilization Since 1500

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Q&A Tonight

Members, join us tonight for our next Q&A session, this one with Professor Jason Jewell and me. Sign in around 9:00pm ET and click where it will say “Live Sessions” at the top of your screen. Or just go here:

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Next Q&A Coming Up!

Members, join us Wednesday, April 30, at 9:00pm Eastern Time for an hour of live Q&A. Bring your questions or just come and watch!

This time it’ll be our U.S. historians: Kevin Gutzman, Brion McClanahan, and me. You can ask your question by typing it in, or the more ambitious of you can appear on the screen alongside us if you have a webcam. It’ll be a blast!

Join us around 9pm ET at the live page (you’ll need to be signed in):

See you then!

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