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Reason Seminar Cruise 2012
- August 11 - 18, 2012
Registration is now open for Reason's second annual cruise, which will set sail August 11-18, 2012! Join the Reason team to explore the magnificent Gulf of Alaska aboard Holland America's luxurious ms Westerdam.
Cruising with Reason is a great chance to spend time getting to know some of the libertarian world's most original thinkers. Grab a drink with author Thaddeus Russell, author of the bestselling book A Renegade History of the United States; or sit down to chat with evolutionary psychologists John Tooby and Leda Cosmides. And of course you'll want to talk electoral politics with Reason's own crew of libertarian journalists and policy wonks, including Nick Gillespie and Matt Welch, authors of the new book The Declaration of Independents.
The ms Westerdam is renowned for its warm hospitality, larger-than-average staterooms, outstanding food, and world-class service. I hope that you'll be able to join us for this exciting week of thought-provoking conversations with like-minded liberty lovers--all set against the backdrop of Alaska's stunning North Pacific coastline. It's going to be a spectacular week. You can check out the full itinerary, mull over the stateroom options, and secure your spot today at www.reasoncruise.com!
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This event is not hosted by the Reason Foundation. To register, please follow the link above.
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