The story of the British exit from the European Union goes deeper than the headlines and represents more than just a British phenomenon. That European project seemed to represent a post-World War II success story, but that success was always a messy affair. Historian Paul Steege will offer some brief remarks on that complicated past to be followed by an extended Q&A about its contemporary relevance and its implications for the future.
Hosted by IABCN Corporate Members, Villanova University, Lepage Center for History in the Public Interest
The Offices of Volpe & Koenig
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7.30 am ~ Registration, Networking & Continental Breakfast
8.00 ~ Program begins
9.00 ~ Q&A session
Non – Members: $20.00
Members: No charge, but advanced registration is required. Please complete the form below.
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Please register by January 9th.