If you attend this panel, you might want to ask Prof. Burnham, whose White Paper deals with “the turnout problem” in America, if he’s ever heard of “the election fraud problem” we’ve been having.

Probably he hasn’t, or hasn’t let himself.


Join the Roosevelt Institute on

December 2nd, from 8-11am

at NYC’s Harvard Club 27 West 44th St.

for a panel discussion of the Bipartisan Deficit Commission Report, the future of the U.S. Economy, and the prospects for policy change in the wake of the midterm elections.

The conversation will be framed by the release of three new Roosevelt Institute White Papers:
“Democracy in Peril: The American Turnout Problem and the Path to Plutocracy”

Walter Dean Burnham

“A World Upside Down: Deficit Fantasies in the Great Recession”

Thomas Ferguson and Robert Johnson

“Principles and Guidelines For Deficit Reduction”

Joseph Stiglitz

Because space is limited, please RSVP to Madeleine Ehrlich at mehrlich@rooseveltinstitute.org or 212.444.9138.

Continental breakfast served from 8:00 to 8:30 AM

Students are Welcome

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