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Wes Students for a Free Society Intro Meeting

Another first meeting event, this one from Charlie Smith ’15



Libertarian, Conservative, Anarchist, hermit etc? Interested in economics, philosophy, free market environmentalism, doing political advocacy, and bringing speakers to Wes?

Come join Wes Students for a Free Society for its first official meeting. We will discuss our plans for the year, projects you can be involved with, and internships/scholarships we can connect you with.

All are welcome!

Date: Wednesday, September 18th
Time: 10:15-11:30 pm
Place: Lorise B8
Cost: Free (Society)



Immigration, Open Borders, and a Free Society

A chance to talk about real world issues with students who care about them, from Charlie Smith ’15:

Political dialogue on immigration policy can best be characterized as broken or nonexistent. This is particularly disappointing considering that by some estimates a policy of open borders would double world GDP. However, what are the costs, dangers, and challenges associated with a policy of open borders? And do the benefits outweigh the costs?

Come discuss immigration policy and the potential for open borders with Wesleyan Students for a Free Society

Date: Tuesday, April 9th, 2013
Time: 8:30 PM
Place: 41 Wyllys Room 111
Cost: 2x World GDP