Thursday, March 31, 2022
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Texas Public Policy Foundation
Liberty Café
901 Congress Avenue
Austin, TX 78701

“For decades now, America’s federal government has been underperforming. How can an enduring institution, so thoughtfully crafted, now produce such poor results?

In an era of substantial political fermentation and debate, rediscovering and re-applying American Republicanism represents the best path forward for the United States. The federal government should retain many necessary responsibilities but turn over those where it has failed to the country’s state governments, civil society, and individual citizens respectively.” —John Nantz, Rediscovering Republicanism

LLC members* are invited to a salon dinner** to discuss our country’s founding political ideas and values and how Americans can apply them to today. John Nantz, a former Austin LLC Chair and author of the recently released book Rediscovering Republicanism, will provide highlights from the book and join the group’s broader conversation.

Complimentary dinner and drinks will be served. This event is open only to dues-paying LLC members. For more information or to become a member, please click here.

If you plan to attend the dinner (or even if you don’t!), please consider purchasing and reading a copy of the book prior to the event. Click here to buy Rediscovering Republicanism: Renewing America with Our Founding Vision and Values by John Nantz.

*Liberty Leadership Council membership is open to young professionals between the ages of 21 and 40 who are looking to get involved in conservative public policy. Click here for more information.

**Salon dinners are an exclusive experience for LLC members. Hosted by another LLC member, this evening is meant to inspire camaraderie and conversation among members in an intimate and private setting. Drinks and catered dinner will be served. Members with all levels of expertise/knowledge on the topic should feel comfortable attending as the discussion will start with the foundation of the issue and gradually build upon itself.