C-SPAN to televise Religion and the Presidency Conference

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C-SPAN and C-SPAN2 will televise a two-day conference held at Grand Valley on November 18-19 that discussed religion and the U.S. presidency.

The two-day conference brought in more than 20 of the best scholars and authors in the country to explore this provocative issue. New York Times best-selling author Paul Kengor gave the keynote address. Kengor is the author of God and Ronald Reagan and God and George W. Bush and is one of America's greatest authorities on religion and the presidency. The conference was presented by Grand Valleys Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies, George Mason University's Master's of Public Policy Program, The Gerald R. Ford Foundation and The Gerald R. Ford Museum.

The schedule of the telecasts is:

  • Thursday - C-SPAN
    1 p.m.-4:30 p.m.: Panels on Early Presidency & Modern Presidency 1 11:55 p.m.: Panel on George W. Bush Presidency
  • Friday - C-SPAN
    5:25 a.m.: Panel on George W. Bush Presidency
  • Friday - C-SPAN 2
    3:10 p.m.-6:40 p.m.: Panels on Early Presidency & Modern Presidency 1
  • Sunday - C-SPAN
    10 a.m. - 1:10 p.m.: Panels on Early Presidency & Modern Presidency 2 & George W. Bush Presidency

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