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Talking Voting and Voting Rights

October 9th, 2017

At the end of October, the Lou Frey Institute's Dr. Terri Susan Fine will be discussing voting and voting rights at Ferrell Commons on the UCF campus. This is an important discussion, especially if you consider that for many, voting is one of the most important (though far from only!... Read Post ›

American Founders' Month and Freedom Week: George Mason

September 29th, 2017

It's American Founders' Month (and Freedom Week!) in Florida. Today, on the last day of Freedom Week, we have one of the most important, but perhaps least remembered, Founders: George Mason. Why does George Mason matter? After all, he was one of only three delegates to the Convention of 1787... Read Post ›

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