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Econlib Virtual Reading Group: McCloskey’s Why Liberalism Works

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If you’ve been meaning to read Deirdre McCloskey’s latest, Why Liberalism Works, we hope you’ll consider joining us to discuss it together. Econlib is hosting its first-ever Virtual Reading Group. The VRG will consist of three sessions, each running from 4-5pm EST on consecutive Tuesdays, starting on January 14. Participants should acquire their own books. But for those who successfully complete all three sessions, Econlib will send you an amazon e-gift card worth . Sessions will be conducted via the Zoom online platform, so participants will also need access to a microphone and web camera. There are a few spaces left available (space is limited to ensure good conversation). For more information, please contact Shelly Rogers at [email protected] We

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If you’ve been meaning to read Deirdre McCloskey’s latest, Why Liberalism Works, we hope you’ll consider joining us to discuss it together.

Econlib Virtual Reading Group: McCloskey’s Why Liberalism Works

Econlib is hosting its first-ever Virtual Reading Group. The VRG will consist of three sessions, each running from 4-5pm EST on consecutive Tuesdays, starting on January 14.

Participants should acquire their own books. But for those who successfully complete all three sessions, Econlib will send you an amazon e-gift card worth $20. Sessions will be conducted via the Zoom online platform, so participants will also need access to a microphone and web camera.

There are a few spaces left available (space is limited to ensure good conversation). For more information, please contact Shelly Rogers at [email protected].

We hope to “see” you there!

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