Alan Missen Oration 2017 Nancy MacLean


Nancy MacLean – Democracy in Chains

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Discover the hidden backstory of the American radical right’s political agenda. Nancy MacLean exposes the six-decade-long strategy spearheaded by economist James McGill Buchanan in the 1950s to disempower democracy and entrench corporate control – and how it is undermining the power of voters in a country founded on the principle ‘We the people’.

Nancy MacLean is the award-winning author of Behind the Mask of Chivalry, a New York Times noteworthy book of the year, and Freedom is Not Enough, which was called ‘contemporary history at its best’ by The Chicago Tribune. She is a professor of history and public policy at Duke University, and lives in Durham, North Carolina. Her latest book, Democracy in Chains, will be published by Scribe in September.

Book Melbourne Writers Festival tickets

$30 / $27

Melbourne Writers Festival, Sunday 1 September 2017 at 6.15. 

The Alan Missen Oration is presented by Liberty Victoria and Melbourne Writers Festival and supported by the Alan Missen Foundation.

Start Date - End Date

Sep 1st, 2017 - Sep 1st, 2017

Start Time - End Time

6:15 pm - 7:30 pm

Event Location

Deakin Edge, Federation Square Melbourne


$30 / $27

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