Jane Eisner, Peter Beinart and Bret Stephens.

October 18: Glencoe, Illinois: How Liberals And Conservatives Can Find A Common Language?

In this divisive time, how can we maintain civil dialogue, even with those with whose views we completely disagree?

Forward editor-in-chief Jane Eisner seeks to find the answer. On October 18, she’ll host a discussion titled, “How Liberals and Conservatives Can Find a Common Language,” alongside Bret Stephens, New York Times columnist and senior contributor for NBC, and Peter Beinart, contributing editor at the Forward and The Atlantic.

The event will be a private occasion for friends of the Forward hosted in Glencoe, Illinois.

To find out how to become a friend of the Forward and get notices of events like these, email Roberta Caplan.

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