Lunch Talk Series
The third year of the Trump Administration recently ended. America’s economy is booming, a new trade deal is in place between the United States, Mexico, and Canada, the first phase of a trade deal with China has been negotiated, the American military has been rebuilt, and many other gains have been realized, but the President faces two articles of impeachment: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. How are we to make sense of this?
PHILIP MACEWEN, teaches in the Departments of Philosophy and Humanities and is Coordinator of the York Collegium for Practical Ethics
ROBERT DRUMMOND, University Professor Emeritus, Department of Politics and School of Public Policy and Administration, York University
IAN GREENE, University Professor Emeritus, School of Public Policy and Administration, York University
DAVID LEYTON-BROWN, University Professor Emeritus, Department of Politics, York University
STEPHEN NEWMAN, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, York University
BENJAMIN LOWINSKY, Faculty Emeritus, cross appointed between the Department of Social Science and the Writing Department, teaches History, Social and Political Thought and Writing at York University.
When: Thursday, February 27, 2020 from Noon to 2:00 pm
Where: 140 McLaughlin College Senior Common Room