The American Enterprise Debates
How Much Government Is Good Government?

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The American Enterprise


DEBATES


December 2, 2010 • 10:30–11:30 A.M.
AEI Conference Center

Video of this event will be livestreamed online at
http://www.american.com/watch/aei-livestream/

How Much Government is Good Government?

At our inaugural debate, Congressman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), author of the "Roadmap for America’s Future," will deliver the case for limited government and David Brooks, opinion columnist at the New York Times, will counter with the case for more "energetic" government. Arthur Brooks, president of AEI, will provide introductory remarks and moderate.

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