Burton Folsom, writer on capitalism, to speak in Wichita


Here’s a message from AFP-Kansas and the Flint Hills Center for Public Policy.

Please join Americans for Prosperity-Kansas and the Flint Hills Center for Public Policy for a policy luncheon in Wichita next week, featuring noted author Burton Folsom

Thursday, March 26, 12 p.m.
Wichita Country Club, 8501 East 13th Street

The luncheon costs $25 per person, or $185 per table of eight.

Contact the Flint Hills Center at 316-634-0218, or by visiting www.flinthills.org, to make a reservation by Tuesday, March 24.

Folsom has written several books, including most recently New Deal or Raw Deal? FDR’s Economic Legacy for America (Thresshold Editions, 2008), and The Myth of the Robber Barons: The Rise of Big Business in America. He is a senior fellow with the Mackinac Center for Public Policy as well as the Foundation for Economic Education.


One response to “Burton Folsom, writer on capitalism, to speak in Wichita”

  1. Greg

    And don’t forget that he’s a history professor at one of the best liberal arts colleges around – http://www.hillsdale.edu/academics/display_profile.asp?cid=858988614

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