State of the Union: An AEI viewing party

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When President Obama gives his State of the Union address on February 12, observers are expecting that he’ll do more than set a policy agenda for 2013. They’re also looking for details about the boldly progressive vision he outlined for his second term in last month’s inaugural address.

What major policy changes can we expect? How will Democrats and Republicans in Congress respond? And what does this all mean for America’s future prosperity and security?

Mix and mingle with friends and AEI scholars and staff at this live viewing party, which will begin with an informal dinner and panel discussion.

Invitation is non-transferable. Limit to one guest per person.

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