The Nixon Library hosts many special events, exhibits, lectures and concerts throughout the year.
Author of The Capitalist Code: It Can Save Your Life and Make You Very Rich
Tuesday, April 3 at 11:30 am
In his entertaining and informative style that has captivated generations, beloved New York Times bestselling author, actor, and financial expert Ben Stein sets the record straight about capitalism in the United States.
$35 ticket – Member
$45 ticket – General Admission
Includes lunch and a signed copy of The Capitalist Code.
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FREE EVENT ADMISSION
Topic: The rise of AI will lead to the reduction of white collar and professional positions. How will this affect today’s millennial careers, college degrees, and the reaction of public policy?
Discussion: AI is more than self-driving cars. It is an amalgamation of computer programs that can replace the most educated professionals from radiologists, to patent lawyers, to finance administrators. AI makes obsolete the professional and corporate functions that are rules-based. This will change college degrees in finance, law, and medicine, for example, which were thought “reliable” to produce well paying and secure careers.
How will the rise of AI affect today’s college graduates, curriculum, and public policy?
The Nixon Foundation in collaboration with US Vigilance will bring together top students from California’s preeminent colleges and universities for the fourth Collegiate Forum which will prompt a timely competition of ideas concerning a few pressing issues which face the Millennial generation.
William G. McGowan Theater
Monday, April 30, 2018 – 10:00am to 11:00am
President Nixon achieved enviable legislative successes with a Congress dominated by Democrats. Today, a distinguished panel of Nixon Administration alumni including Tom Korologos, Wallace Johnson, and John Lehman, discuss how Nixon and his congressional relations staff governed in a combative atmosphere similar to today. Presented in partnership with the National Archives and Records Administration.
Tuesday, May 22 at 7:30 PM
Lecture and Book Signing
Fox News Channel Chief Political Anchor and Host of Special Report with Bret Baier
Author of Three Days in Moscow: Ronald Reagan and the Fall of the Soviet Empire
Bret returns to the Nixon Library to present his next sure-to-be bestseller, Three Days in Moscow, where he reveals the story behind President Reagan and the end of the Cold War, framed around the historic, three-day 1988 Moscow Summit.
While his speech will focus, like his book, on President Reagan and his fight against communism, Bret will explore all of the efforts to thaw the Cold War including those by President Nixon. Nixon signed the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty and the Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty with the Soviet Union.
General Admission – Signed book and lecture admission: $28.99
Member Admission – Signed book and lecture admission: $22.99
Seating is first come, first served.
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