The United States & the World: The End of the American Century?

Lunch'n Explore Events feature a talk and a lunch in a tabled setting.

Event Description: The United States and American Politics are at a pivotal point.  We are polarized domestically, facing global challenges in ways we have not seen before. The question is whether America will rise to the challenge or witness the end of what was once called the American century.  This talk explores the next ten years of the US, what challenges it faces, and the options it has.

Event Information:Friday, October 15, 2021, 11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Anderson Student Center Woulfe Alumni Hall (3rd Floor), University of St. Thomas St. Paul Campus and simulcast online via Zoom.

Event Educator: David Schultz is Hamline University Distinguished Professor of Political Science, and he also holds appointments at the University of St. Thomas and University of Minnesota Schools of Law. He is a three-time Fulbright scholar and author of more than 40 books and 200 articles on various aspects of American politics.

Fee for the event: $30.00 per person (event registration closes at Noon on October 11); if you are opting for the online version of this event, the cost is $20.00

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