Part of a free conference series put on by Action Institute, we invite all CU at Yale members to apply for a free ticket to this conference. Here is the summary from the Action Institute website:
One mark of impoverished or autocratic societies is a lack of inviolable property rights. Conversely, all free societies have developed schemes of property ownership for individuals and institutions. "Toward a Free and Virtuous Society: Life, Liberty, and Property" is a conference that provides an in-depth, interdisciplinary examination of private property as a necessary component of a society marked by religious, economic, and political liberty.
Space is limited and participants will be accepted on a rolling basis. All accepted applicants will receive lodging, conference meals, conference materials, and a travel stipend from the Acton Institute.
To get more information about the conference, as well as to apply, visit this link.