In this conversation with his granddaughter, Kelly Shultz, former Secretary of State George P. Shultz talks about his goals when he was her age and about to enter Princeton. They discuss family gatherings, his experiences as a young Marine, and the important lessons learned in sports. Originally Recorded: 2006
What effects did world events, such as world wars and depression, have on the economies of nations such as Germany, and the former Soviet Union? As hyperinflation raged, the real value of currency in these nations became a question mark. Countries today are still ravaged with the same problem. As revolutions erupt and regimes change, the effect on purchasing power is hard to ignore. How can the problems of “out of control” inflation be solved? As Milton Friedman describes the issue, “Country after country has seen its monetary system blow up in its face, and subsequently, it’s had to do …
Join us along with The Heritage Foundation for a screening of The Price of Peace hosted by Helle C. Dale, Senior Fellow for Public Diplomacy. 🗓 Thursday, April 26th 🕠 5:30 -7:00 PM 📍 The Heritage Foundation | Lehrman Auditorium | 214 Massachusetts Ave NE | Washington, DC 20002 How do we prevent war? How great a price are we willing to pay for peace? Can we use the lessons learned throughout history to extend peace into tomorrow? Those are some of the questions posed by a new 1-hour documentary, The Price of Peace: A Personal Exploration by Johan Norberg. Norberg, a Swedish …
Not able to make it to the event? Don’t worry The Hoover Institution is Livestreaming it from YouTube and the Independent Women’s Forum is Livestreaming it on Facebook. Mary Kissel Editorial Board Member, The Wall Street Journal Kiron Skinner Hoover Institution Research Fellow Claudia Rosett Independent Women’s Forum Foreign Policy Fellow Learn more about The Price of Peace here. Check out our new Explore section which has 3 informative timelines, discussion questions, suggested reading list and suggested viewing list here.
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When the U.S. assumed the PAX, it assumed responsibility for global order, but for how long? Just how deeply entangled should America be in the world’s affairs? What alternatives are there to being the world’s policemen? Is there really a downside to retreat? And in the absence of the U.S., how might global order be maintained – or decimated? In a companion documentary to America in Retreat by Wall Street Journal’s Pulitzer Prize winning columnist Bret Stephens, Free To Choose Executive Editor and Cato Senior Fellow Johan Norberg examines the questions facing a nation leaning back toward isolationism.
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