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Paul Kengor to Speak on Principles of a Reagan Conservative

3/5/2014 - 6:51 AM PST

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STEUBENVILLE, OH (March 5, 2014) - As the 2016 presidential election begins to take shape, Republican candidates will soon be throwing around the term, ôReagan conservative.ö But what is a ôReagan conservative?ö Where did Ronald Reagan stand on issues ranging from immigration to debt ceilings to tax cuts to terrorism to gay marriage? How many claiming the cause of Reagan conservatism actually know what these words truly mean? Is there ôanother Reaganö out there today?

Acclaimed Reagan biographer and presidential historian Paul Kengor will answer these questions and more on Tuesday, March 25, at 7:00 p.m. at Franciscan University of Steubenville in the St. Joseph Center Seminar Room.

In his book, 11 Principles of a Reagan Conservative, Kengor identifies key points that ôtell us what Reaganĺs conservatism was truly about, and what his emulators might take to heart,ö he says.

Kengor is a professor of political science at Grove City College and executive director of the collegeĺs Center for Vision & Values. An internationally recognized authority on Ronald Reagan and the presidency, Kengor is a New York Times best-selling author whose numerous writings on Reagan have appeared in academic presses, scholarly journals, and publications ranging from the Washington Post and USA Today to CNN.com.

This talk is sponsored by Franciscan Universityĺs Veritas Center for Ethics in Public Life.

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Franciscan University of Steubenville
http://franciscan.edu  OH, 43952 US
Tom Sofio - Associate Director of Public Relations, 

Keywords

Franciscan University of Steubenville, Paul Kengor, Reagan conservatism

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Catholic Schools & Religious Education

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