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Lecture Schedule

Wednesday, July 1 (Canada Day special) from 6-8pm EST
Ben Franklin’s Genius and the Missed Chance of 1776
Lecturer: Matthew Ehret, co-founder of Canadian Patriot Review and the Rising Tide Foundation)


Sunday July 5 (Independence Day special) 4-6pm EST
Franklin to Kennedy: Prometheus and America
Lecturer: Anton Chaitkin, author of “Treason in America”, the “Unauthorized Biography of George Bush” and the soon-to-be published book “Franklin to Kennedy: Prometheus and America”


Sunday, July 12 (4-6pm EST)
Colbert, Leibniz and Vattel: The Cameralist Roots of American System Economics
Lecturer: Sam Labrier, engineer and author


Sunday, July 19 (4-6pm EST)
The Tragedy of Quebec and the 1837 Rebellion
Lecturer: Pascal Chevrier, Historian and teacher


Sunday July 26 (4-6pm EST)
Toussaint Louverture, the Haitian Revolution and the Evolution of the American Republic
Lecturer: Gerald Therrien, historian and author of the Unveiling of Canadian History vol. 1-5


Sunday, August 2 (4-6pm EST)
Frederick Douglass, Lincoln and the Fight for the Soul of America
Lecturer: Cynthia Chung, President of the Rising Tide Foundation


Sunday, August 9 (4-6pm EST)
A Fresh Look at the Pan-African Movement
Lecturer: Nick Jones, President of Artists Alliance for Africa, dancer with Les Grands Ballets de Montreal


Sunday, August 16 (4-6pm) “The First NATO: Reassessing the Anglo-French Alliance of th mid-19th Century and the Chaos it unleashed on the World” Lecturer: Martin Sieff, Strategic Culture Foundation, veteran journalist and author


Sunday, August 23 (4-6pm EST) Alexander Hamilton versus Wall Street Lecturer: Nancy Spannaus, President of American System Now and author of Hamilton vs. Wall Street


Sunday, September 12 (4-6pm EST)
From Franklin to Lincoln to FDR: How America’s Anti-Imperial Heritage Was Subverted
Lecturer: Matthew Ehret, co-founder of Canadian Patriot Review and the Rising Tide Foundation)

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