1.Looking Forward to May 10 “Ethics and Integrity” Session
With the April 12 session fully subscribed (sold out), we are looking forward to the second session of the 2007 Sutherland Transcend Series on Thursday, May 10. Plan now to join us as Dr. Quinn L. McKay leads our discussion of “Ethics and Integrity: Timely and Timeless.” A highly-respected consultant to international business and government clients, and university educator, Dr. McKay has authored three books on the subjects of integrity and ethics. Participant response to his facilitation of similar sessions over the first three years of the Series has been outstanding. We are grateful that he has consented to be with us again.
Individuals who pre-register by April 30 will receive a complimentary copy of Dr. McKay’s most recent book, The Bottom Line on Integrity: 12 Principles for Higher Returns, published in 2004. Selected chapters of the book will be recommended as preliminary reading for the May session.
To register for the second session of the award-winning Sutherland Transcend Series, please call 801-355-1272, or send an email to email@example.com. Venue will be our offices located in the Gateway Tower West building, on the corner of Main Street and South Temple. The participation fee for the full Series (all three sessions) is $100; for individual sessions, $50. Payment may be made via cash, check, or Visa/MC prior to the event or at the door. As seating will be limited, we encourage you to register soon.
2.The Citadel of Private Property
The Citadel of Private Property is the latest essay in Sutherland Institute’s original series onDefining Conservatism. The right to own and control one’s property is a pillar of conservatism and of western society itself. “One reason for the conservative’s preoccupation with the defense of private property is that the right of property is closely connected with other social institutions, specifically family and religion, whose autonomy is crucial to the existence of ordered liberty.”
The Defning Conservatism series includes short biographies of key historical figures, especially those from the American conservative intellectual movement. The essays also focus on authentic conservative principles and on the analysis of public policy from a conservative perspective. Previously published installments in the series are available underhttp://www.sutherlandinstitute.org/publications.asp?c=3.