Character and the Presidency with Keynote by Richard Norton Smith
November 17, 2015
This year we launched an exciting multi-year series on Character and the Presidency, an annual event that will explore an area in which both Democrats and Republicans have a stake in finding common ground.
This year, historian and presidential biographer Richard Norton Smith spoke on the character of President Gerald R. Ford.
The event also included a panel discussion featuring a growing list of scholars including Hendrik Booraem, Jason Duncan, Grand Valley’s own Donald Zinman, and others.
This program was generously supported by the The Secchia Family and The Meijer Foundation.