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Churchill Centre Hosts APSA Panel

The Churchill Centre Connects With American Political Scientists.

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The recent American Political Science Association annual meeting for the tenth consecutive year featured two informative educational sessions hosted by The Churchill Centre. 

Guests filled the Army and Navy club in Washington, DC on August 28 to hear Professor Jeremy Rabkin of George Mason University speak on “Coping with Decline: Contemporary Lessons from Churchill’s Postwar Strategy.” The dinner was moderated by Churchill Centre member Michael F. Bishop.
 

The following day’s, panel discussion included Professor John H. Maurer of the Naval War College, Hillsdale College President Larry P. Arnn, Professor James W. Muller of the University of Alaska and Professor Guy F. Burnett of Hampden-Sydney College. Subjects included, “The Outbreak of War” and “Churchill as Minster of Munitions.”
 

Among the attendees were faculty members from numerous North American universities including The George Washington University, American University, University of Alaska at Anchorage, University of Virginia and University of Toronto. 
 

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