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Last fall, two Stanford professors gathered 526 voters from across the country together for a weekend of discussion about major issues in the upcoming election: immigration, health care, the economy, the environment, and foreign policy. 

What happened that weekend? 

On Wednesday, January 29th at 7:30 pm (ET) join us live online for a conversation with Professors James Fishkin and Larry Diamond to learn about the results of "America In One Room."


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Ideas at Work now available as podcasts!

We know you care about issues and ideas that matter to your community.

That's why we've made it even easier for you to catch up on our events, even when you can't join us live.

You can now listen to recordings of our Ideas at Work programs via podcast. Catch up with the Center for the Study of Liberty wherever you are, on your schedule. And don't forget, we're also on YouTube!

Looking ahead: February

Ideas at Work: Repairing Our Social Fabric
With John Wood, Jr. and
April Lawson of Better Angels
Wednesday, February 19th
12 PM Eastern

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