Saturday 3rd December, 2011
2:00pm to 2:30pm
Should skeptics get more involved in politics? If so, what is the proper relationship between skepticism and lawmaking? What are the most effective methods by which skeptics can influence public policy? Join Michael De Dora, director of the Center for Inquiry's Office of Public Policy, as he outlines why organized skepticism should have a more robust relationship with politics, and provides advice on how skeptics can best accomplish their political goals.
Public policy director @center4inquiry, blogger at The Moral Perspective and Rationally Speaking. Views are my own. bio from Twitter
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