In partnership with Students for Liberty, Cato is holding a contest for two tickets to the Friedman Prize biennial dinner and award presentation, which will be held at the Hilton Washington Hotel in Washington, D.C, on May 13, 2010. The winners of the contest will each receive a free ticket to the event, regularly sold for $500 each.
To apply for the essay contest, reply to the following questions in 500 words or less:
In light of the selection of Akbar Ganji for the receipt of the 2010 Friedman Prize for Advancing Liberty, who would you nominate for a second prize this year and why?
Submissions should be both attached in an MS Word (or compatible) document and included in the body of an e-mail, along with the contestant's name, school, graduation year, and major. E-mail all submissions to CatoOnCampus@cato.org
Cato On Campus has more details.