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  • 1275 Market Street
    94103 San Francisco , CA
    United States
    California US
    Thursday, February 13th 2020
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    06:00 - 07:45 PM EST

    As the nation gears up for the 2020 presidential election, we ask: Is the two-party system good for democracy? Does relying on two hugely powerful political bodies drive division and push voters to the extremes? Or does the two-party system moderate the electorate and make the nation governable? 

    Professor of History and American Studies, Yale University
    Yascha Mounk
    Lecturer, Harvard University & Senior Fellow, New America
    Norman Ornstein
    Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute
    Lee Drutman
    Author, "Breaking the Two-Party Doom Loop"
    Katherine Gehl
    Entrepreneur & Political Reformer

  • Florence Gould Hall
    55 East 59th Street
    10022 New York , NY
    United States
    New York US
    Thursday, February 27th 2020
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    07:00 - 08:45 PM EST

    Zionism, or the belief in the Jewish right to self-determination in the land of Israel, has been the topic of contentious global debate for decades. And while the United States government is making moves to strengthen its special relationship with Israel, such as relocating the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, scrutiny of Israel and its government looms large in American politics.

    Bret Stephens
    Op-Ed Columnist at the New York Times
    Einat Wilf
    Author and Former Member of the Israeli Parliament
    Peter Beinart
    Journalist & Author, “The Crisis of Zionism”
    Yousef Munayyer
    Executive Director of US Campaign for Palestinian Rights
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