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Alexander Hamilton 2014 Award Dinner

Congressman Paul Ryan U.S. Representative, Wisconsin
Thomas W. Smith Chairman, Prescott Investors
The Honorable Jeb Bush Former Governor, State of Florida
Mon, May 12, 2014 - , , New York City

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Alexander Hamilton 2014 Award Dinner

Congressman Paul Ryan U.S. Representative, Wisconsin
Thomas W. Smith Chairman, Prescott Investors
The Honorable Jeb Bush Former Governor, State of Florida
New York City 05:13pm
Monday May 12
Monday May 12 2014
PAST EVENT Monday May 12 2014

Welcoming Remarks: Paul Singer, Chairman of the Board, Manhattan Institute

Introduction: Paul Gigot, Editorial Page Editor and Vice President, The Wall Street
Speaker:Congressman Paul Ryan, U.S. Representative, Wisconsin

Introduction: Dr. Arthur Laffer, Founder and Chairman, Laffer Investors
Speaker: Thomas W. Smith, Chaiman, Prescott Investors

Introduction: The Honorable Rudolph W. Giuliani
Speaker: The Honorable Jeb Bush, Former Governor, State of Florida

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The Alexander Hamilton Award was created to honor those individuals helping to foster the revitalization of our nation’s cities. We chose to name the award after Hamilton because, like the Manhattan Institute, he was a fervent proponent of commerce and civic life. Through the years, we have expanded the scope of the prize to celebrate leaders not just on the local level, but also at the state and federal levels, who have made remarkable things happen in the realms of public policy, culture, and philanthropy. We hope our celebration of these awardees encourages replication of their efforts.

 

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