This month, our Adam Smith Society chapters have hosted a number of intellectually engaging events for our members — both at home and abroad.
Earlier this month, our Michigan chapter trekked to New York City. They were able to tour the city's landmarks, such as the New York Stock Exchange and World Trade Center Memorial, and interact with a number of think fellows, such as Manhattan Institute's Aaron Renn, Dan DiSalvo and Brian Reidl, and AEI's Sam Abrams.
The chapter toured the Wall Street Journal headquarters, where they spoke with editorial features editor James Taranto. They also met with Ed Conard, author of "The Upside on Inequality" and former managing director at Bain Capital.
In Austin, Manhattan Institute's Michael Hendrix joined our local professional chapter for a discussion on food trucks. Our Texas chapters are closing out this month with an all-Texas austin conference on entrepreneurship.
And overseas in London, Manhattan Institute chairman and renowned investor Paul Singer joined our professional chapter for a private dinner conversation on capitalism, philanthropy, investing, and more.
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