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Thomas L. Friedman & Michael Mandelbaum - That Used To Be Us @ Sixth & I Synagogue
Sep 8 2011 7:00 pm
Sep 8 2011 8:00 pm
Citing globalization, the revolution in information technology, chronic deficits, and America’s pattern of energy consumption as the main threats to the country’s power and prosperity, the authors look to American history for guidance. Friedman, columnist and author of The World is Flat, and Mandelbaum, professor and Director of the American Foreign Policy Program at SAIS, examine key turning points in the nation’s past and focus on the values that have seen us through.
One free ticket will be provided with each purchase of the book from P&P. Additional tickets are $12 (or $15 the day of the event).
Prepayment is required to secure reservations. Books and tickets cannot be held without a confirmed payment.
Books and tickets may be picked up at the event at Sixth & I Synagogue on September 8.
The event will call opens at 6 p.m. and the event begins promptly at 7 with General Admisson seating.
We are no longer accepting presold ticket reservations for this event by phone or online. There will be a limited number of $15 admission tickets available at the door. If you cannot attend the event, and would like a signed copy, please call the store at 202-364-1919.
- Sixth & I Synagogue
- 600 I Street NW, Washington
- Washington ,
- District Of Columbia
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