November 17, 2015: Character and the Presidency with keynote by Richard Norton Smith
6PM, Charles W. Loosemore Auditorium
Richard M. DeVos Center

This year we launched an exciting multi-year series on Character and the Presidency, an annual event that will explore an area in which both Democrats and Republicans have a stake in finding common ground.

This year, historian and presidential biographer Richard Norton Smith spoke on the character of President Gerald R. Ford.

The event also included a panel discussion featuring Hendrik Booraem, Tom Cronin, Kevin den Dulk, Jason Duncan, Mike Grass, Donald Zinman, and moderated by Victoria Vuletich.

 
This program was generously supported by the The Secchia Family and The Meijer Foundation.

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Videos

Richard Norton Smith Keynote

Panel Discussion

Peter Secchia’s Remarks

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