3/14/13 ASHLAND, Ohio – Charles Murray, W.H. Brady Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, will speak at the Ashbrook Center’s Major Issues Lecture Series on April 9 at noon in Myers Convocation Center on the Ashland University campus.
Murray will speak on the topic “Coming Apart at the Seams: America’s New Cultural Divide.”
Tickets for this luncheon/lecture event are $20 per person or a table of eight for $160. For more information or to purchase tickets, contact Lisa Ormiston at (419) 289-5429 or firstname.lastname@example.org or order online at www.ashbrook.org.
Murray first came to national attention in 1984 with the publication of “Losing Ground,” which has been credited as the intellectual foundation for the Welfare Reform Act of 1996. His 1994 New York Times bestseller, “The Bell Curve,” (Free Press, 1994) coauthored with the late Richard J. Herrnstein, sparked heated controversy for its analysis of the role of IQ in shaping America’s class structure.
Murray’s other books include “What It Means to Be a Libertarian” (1997), “Human Accomplishment” (2003), “In Our Hands” (2006), and “Real Education” (2008). His most recent book, “Coming Apart” (Crown Forum, 2012), describes an unprecedented divergence in American classes over the last half century.
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