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Reversing America’s Retreat From Global Leadership with Mortimer Zuckerman New York Discussion Series


At a luncheon marking the third event in Hudson’s Fall 2014 New York speaker series, Mortimer Zuckerman, co-founder and executive chairman of Boston Properties and noted political analyst, criticized President Obama for pursuing a timid and uncertain foreign policy signaling an America in retreat. He leveled equally strong criticism upon the administration’s confused economic policy which has contributed to the slowest economic recovery in American history.

Mr. Zuckerman presented a compelling case for robust U.S. global leadership, the defense of the State of Israel, and deregulatory economic policies designed to grow the economy and put millions of unemployed and underemployed Americans back to work.

Click here to watch a clip of Mr. Zuckerman’s talk.

Kenneth Weinstein Moderator

President & CEO, Hudson Institute

Mortimer Zuckerman Featured Speaker

Publisher, New York Daily News & Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, U.S. News and World Report

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