Liberty for All: Reclaiming Individual Privacy in a New Era of Public Morality

October 31, 2006

The Constitution was written to protect individual sovereignty, but we have gradually allowed a regime of public morality and intolerance to replace that inheritance from the Founders. That’s the thesis of a new book by Elizabeth Price Foley. An expert on health care law and bioethics, Foley explains “the morality of American law,” then applies those principles to marriage; sex; reproduction; medical care; and food, drug, and alcohol regulation to show how far we’ve strayed from the Constitution’s promise of liberty for all. William Galston, a former adviser to President Clinton and an expert on family policy, will offer comments. Please join us for what promises to be an entertaining and informative exchange.

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