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Protest When John Yoo Speaks on "Taming Globalization"

By War Criminals Watch - Posted on 26 March 2012

Protest When John Yoo Speaks on "Taming Globalization"  3/28 - 5:30-8pm

The New York Athletic Club  180 Central Park South, New York, NY


John Yoo, Professor of Law, Boalt Hall Law School, University of California-Berkeley and Former Assistant Attorney General, Office of Legal Counsel, United States Department of Justice

Julian Ku, Professor of Law, Hofstra University Law School

Professory John Yoo and Professor Julian Ku will discuss their new book Taming Globalization: International Law, the U.S. Constitution, and the New World Order.

Sponsored by the Federalist Society.

Registration details:

Refreshments will be served. The event is free of charge and open to the public.

The New York Athletic Club requires jackets and collared shirts for gentleman and attire of equivalent formality for ladies.
No reservations are required.


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January 10 and 11:
Events in Washington DC to present a petition telling president elect to end wars:

January 20-21 Occupy the Inauguration
January 29 David Swanson speaking in Arlington, Va.
February David Swanson debating a war supporter in Boston, Mass.
April 21-23 UNAC's annual conference in Richmond, Va.

April 29 possible multi-issue protest in DC.

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