ON-Lion Letter
With the help of three prominent conservative intellectuals in America, the 2007 Bradley Symposium will address "Who Are We Today?  American Character and Identity in the 21st Century."

The Bradley Symposium is held during the daytime before the celebratory Bradley Prizes ceremony in Washington, D.C., which is on May 3 this year.  The Symposium is organized by the Bradley Center for Philanthropy and Civic Renewal at the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C., which is substantially supported by The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee.

It always features a wide-ranging and substantive discussion, before invited guests, of important political and cultural issues facing the country.  This year, the conversation will be structured by three commissioned essays -- by Wilfred McClay, John McWhorter, and Fr. Richard John Neuhaus.

McClay holds the SunTrust Bank Chair of Excellence in the Humanities at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where he is also a history professor.  McWhorter is a senior fellow of the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research in New York City, which is also supported by Bradley.  Neuhaus is editor of First Things magazine, which is supported by Bradley, as well.

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