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Robert Scheer and Thaddeus Russell in Conversation, Los Angeles, July 9
- July 9, 2013
Since his work in the 1960s as editor-in-chief and Vietnam correspondent for Ramparts magazine, Robert Scheer has been one of the preeminent journalists of the American left and—almost uniquely among his political counterparts—sympathetic to libertarian critiques of state power. On KCRW's weekly political debate show, "Left, Right, and Center" and on Truthdig.com, Scheer consistently applauds libertarians for their positions on foreign policy, civil liberties, the war on drugs, bailouts, and the Fed.
On Tuesday, July 9, you are cordially invited to be in the studio audience for a Reason.tv conversation between Scheer and Reason contributor Thaddeus Russell:
Tuesday, July 9
1:00 p.m. drinks, 1:45 p.m. taping
5737 Mesmer Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90230
Expect lively—and controversial—discussion as Scheer and Russell explore common ground of the left and libertarians and challenge each other on issues where they have been known to violently disagree.
Please RSVP to Mary Toledo at 310-391-2245 or to email@example.com. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Please RSVP to Mary Toledo at 310-391-2245 or to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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