You are cordially invited to join the Claremont Institute, including Washington Fellow William Bennett, on an unforgettable cruise of the eastern seaboard of the United States. This journey will combine luxurious travel to the historic sites of our nation's founding with first-class lectures on politics and history.
We have titled the cruise "Saving the Revolution: The Claremont Institute's 25th Anniversary Cruise." It will be aboard the Crystal Symphony, October 1-12, 2004.
We will be embarking from Montreal, with ports of call in:
- Quebec City, Quebec
Sydney, Nova Scotia
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Bar Harbor, Maine
Newport, Rhode Island
New York City, New York
You will be accompanied by a panel of distinguished scholars and authors who will participate in seminars on American history and current politics. Private receptions and tours will provide intimate settings for discussions on the most important political issues of our day, including (especially) the November elections.
- William Bennett, Washington Fellow of the Claremont Institute
William Rusher, Distinguished Fellow of the Claremont Institute
Brian Kennedy, President of the Claremont Institute
Charles Kesler, Editor of the Claremont Review of Books
John Eastman, Director of the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence
Michael Ramirez, Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist for the Los Angeles Times
There will be a special lecture in Newport, Rhode Island, by Richard Brookhiser. Following the cruise, Mr. Brookhiser will provide a private tour of the New-York Historical Society's exhibit commemorating the 200th anniversary of Alexander Hamilton's death. The author of many books, including Alexander Hamilton, American, Mr. Brookhiser is the historian-curator for this exhibit.
Come with us as we celebrate America's rich historical heritage and relive the remarkable events that gave birth to our great nation. Delight in the breathtaking beauty of New England and Canada's autumn colors as you enjoy six-star service on the world-famous Crystal Symphony.
For more information, please call (877) 433-8833 today, or click here to download the brochure.