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Recent Calvert Institute Press Hits

G. Liebmann, “Time for ‘Bottom Up’ Education Reform,” Baltimore Sun, November 4, 2014

George Liebmann’s C-Span2 Book Week talk on The Last American Diplomat: John D. Negroponte and the Changing Face of American Diplomacy will be re-broadcast at 6:00 a.m. on Monday, September 1 on C-Span2

The Institute’s Executive Director’s Pratt Library talk on his book The Last American Diplomat was broadcast on C-Span2′s Book Week on Saturday August 9 at 8:45 p.m. and will be re-broadcasted on Sunday August 17 at 2 p.m.

G.Liebmann, “O’Malley Takes On Another Pop Issue,” Baltimore Sun, August 6, 2014

G. Liebmann, “Brief Book-Price Regulation Primer,” Wall Street Journal, June 4, 2014

G.Liebmann, “Intellectual Complacency and Intolerance,” 17 Green Bag 2nd 12 (Winter 2013

G. Liebmann, “Maryland’s Pension System Has Performed Poorly for Decades,”  Baltimore Sun, February 20, 2014

Editorial,”Balancing the Budget With The Pension System,” Maryland Daily Record, January 17,2014

G. Liebmann, “The Problem with Obamacare,” Baltimore Sun, October 22, 2013

W.Olson, “Maryland Developments,” Overlawyered.com, October 4, 2013.

Editorial Advisory Board,”Funding for a new professionalism Center: Hit the Pause Button,” Maryland Daily Record, September 8, 2013

 

L. Bowie, “Maryland Teacher Certification Law Criticized as Too Tough,” Baltimore Sun, September 7, 2013, A2.

S.Lash,”Despite bills to lawyers,court postponesfinal step for funding center,” Maryland Daily Record, August 14, 2013

S. Lash, “$5 levy in for new professionalism center,” Maryland Daily Record, July 23, 2013

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