This dialogue is between representatives of the two cradles of democracy: Washington and Athens. Their focus is on the future of democracy. The discussion will address issues such as public participation in democracy, self-enrichment and public responsibility, and the possibility of a renewal of the democratic utopia.
In English. No charge. RSVP to 202-289-1200 ext. 160 or email@example.com
Event begins at 2:00PM
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