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Spanning the Globe to Bring You the Constant Variety of . . . Reihan Salam

The Wide World of NR Institute will be traveling across these United States over the next weeks and months to host Reihan as he discusses his acclaimed new book, Melting Pot or Civil War?: A Son of Immigrants Makes the Case Against Open Borders.

If you live in or near Ann Arbor, chop chop: He will be there tomorrow, so get RSVPing. And next week, Reihan will be in Tampa and Orlando. For your convenience, you can find Salam USA Tour info here. But because we have your eyes right now, scan the following to see if/when he is coming to a neighborhood near you (and check back because more dates will be added soon):

October 17, 2018 | Ann Arbor, MI: Co-hosted by U Michigan’s AEI Executive Council and Young America’s for Freedom. RSVP HERE

October 23, 2018 | Tampa, FL: Co-hosted by the Tampa Bay Federalist Society. RSVP HERE

October 23, 2018 | Orlando, FL: Co-hosted by the Orlando Federalist Society. RSVP HERE

October 29, 2018 | Baltimore, MD: Co-hosted by the Baltimore Maryland Public Policy Institute. RSVP HERE

October 30, 2018 | Washington, D.C.: Co-hosted by the GWU Young Americans for Liberty. RSVP HERE

November 1, 2018 | Washington, D.C.: Co-hosted by the Hudson Institute. Registration opening soon

November 15, 2018 | Jackson, MS: Co-hosted by the Mississippi Center for Public Policy. RSVP HERE

February 20, 2018 | Kansas City, MO: Co-hosted by the Kansas City Public Library. Registration opening soon

Hey, do you want a book excerpt? Here’s an excerpt. And do you want to see a glowing review? Here’s a glowing review. But be warned: Do not stare too long at it because the relentless brightness might damage your peepers.

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