Nader, Norquist to Headline University Conference

The Charles Koch Foundation will sponsor the upcoming “Capitalism, Crony Capitalism, and the Common Good” conference at Lindenwood University. As keynote speakers, Ralph Nader and Grover Norquist will address the challenges and ethics involved in modern business. Rachel Douchant, director of the university’s Liberty and Ethics Center, said the conference will discuss “the idea of business as a lofty vocation and whether crony capitalism ought to be of greater concern within business ethics debates.”

Read the announcement here.

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