From the poster:
Liberals and conservatives from Hillary Clinton to Jeb Bush are equally concerned by the slowdown in the rate of U.S. economic growth over the past fifteen years. Economists point to external factors such as globalization, foreign competition, and the rise of the new emerging economies, along with domestic ones such as demo- graphics and declining immigration, excessive government regulation, an outmoded corporate tax code, and a poor educational and vocational training system. From every side of the political spectrum most agree that the results of slower economic growth are stagnant wages and a decline in living standards for the American middle class.
Bring your lunch, and join us for a provocative lecture and discussion by the well-known conservative analyst and commentator Stephen Moore on the kinds of legal, regulatory, and policy changes that could get the U.S. economy growing again.
LEWIS BUILDING 241, 25 E. JACKSON
The De Paul Forum on the Constitution and American Foreign Policy.
The Jack Miller Center for Teaching America’s Founding Principles and History.