A Democracy Case Study with Professor David Moss
An excerpt from one of Harvard's most popular courses, presented in conjunction with the League of Women Voters of Greenwich, at Greenwich High School on Monday, November 13.
Professor David Moss's History of American Democracy, a unique course offering for both undergraduates and MBA students, is one of the university's most popular courses. Moss, an historian by training, has adapted the HBS case study method to pivotal moments in United States political history, presenting cases such as "Should delegates to the Constitutional Convention support Madison's proposal for a congressional veto over state laws?" and "Should President Lincoln resupply Fort Sumpter?".
The Harvard Club of Fairfield County is pleased to co-sponsor the League of Women Voters of Greenwich's upcoming program with Professor Moss in Greenwich, where he will conduct an actual exercise from his new book Democracy: A Case Study, which collects the cases presented in his Harvard course. Just like the cases you remember from your Harvard days, there will be a short, pre-event reading distributed to participants to prepare, and a lively, in-depth discussion during the program.
Doors open at 6:30 pm. Case study discussion from 7 to 8:30 pm.
There will be no charge for this event, but seats will be limited.
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