date and location:
26 October 2017
Senatorska 18

28 Sep 2017
mBank - CASE Seminars

151st mBank-CASE Seminar: The Forgotten Man in History and Under Trump

mBank and CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research
cordially invite you to 

the 151st mBank – CASE Seminar

The Forgotten Man in History and Under Trump

Keynote speaker:

Amity Shlaes

The seminar will take place on September 28th, 2017 at 3:00 pm
at mBank S.A. head office, Senatorska 18, room 5.3, 5th floor, Warsaw.

Amity Shlaes chairs the board of the Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation and serves as presidential scholar at the King's College. She is the author of four New York Times bestsellers, The Forgotten Man Graphic, The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression, Coolidge: a full biography of the thirtieth president, and The Greedy Hand: Why Taxes Drive Americans Crazy. Miss Shlaes chairs the jury for the prestigious Hayek Book Prize, serves as a member of the Hoover Institution's Regulation and Law Initiative. She has three decades of experience in journalism and has served as a member of the Wall Street Journal's editorial board, and columnist at Bloomberg and the Financial Times. She served as a senior fellow in political economy at the Council on Foreign Relations for half a decade.


About the seminar:

Donald Trump has spoken repeatedly of "the Forgotten Man." But who is the Forgotten Man? Actually the Forgotten Man is a meme and theme in American politics dating back almost a century and a half. There are two competing definitions, even two competing Forgotten Men. The phrase has been applied by politicians from Franklin Roosevelt, the father of the American social welfare net, to Richard Nixon to Bill Clinton and President Trump. In a lecture Amity Shlaes traces the meanings of the terms and shows why the distinction is critical to the future of American growth and stability.


Language of the seminar: English (simultaneous translation to Polish will be provided).


Please RSVP by September 26th, 2017 online: LINK or via email: