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Islam and American Democracy

What are the views of the American Muslim community about its role within American society? What are its views of the relationship between Islam and democracy? What unique experience and perspectives can American Muslims living within a democratic society offer to the diversity of views within the wider Muslim world? These important questions have all come to the fore since the terrorist attacks of September 11th, and many American Muslim leaders have shown strong interest in addressing them.

The Ethics and Public Policy Center will host a series of seminars and conversation through which distinguished American Muslim leaders, as well as Muslim leaders from abroad, can have an opportunity to present and explore their reflections on these subjects with their fellow non-American colleagues.

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 The 2012 election will provide a historic opportunity to repeal the massive folly of ObamaCare and to adopt sensible market-based health-care reforms that reward efficiency and innovation. To pave the way for repeal, EPPC health-care expert Jim Capretta is directing a new website,, that is tracking news about Obamacare's implementation from around the country and that will be a repository of essential facts, statistics, and analysis. Read Jim's introductory essay

New Books
The Latest Books from EPPC Scholars

 EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel's long-awaited sequel to the international bestseller Witness to Hope: The Biography of Pope John Paul II was published by Doubleday on September 14, 2010. More than ten years in the making, The End and the Beginning: Pope John Paul II -- The Victory of Freedom, the Last Years, the Legacy chronicles John Paul's decades-long struggle with communism and recounts the tumultuous last years of John Paul's life as he dealt with a crippling illness, "new world disorder," and corruption within the Church.

EPPC Senior Fellow Stanley Kurtz is pleased to announce the impending publication of his remarkable new political biography of President Obama, Radical-in-Chief: Barack Obama and the Untold Story of American Socialism. Published on October 19 by the Threshold imprint of Simon & Schuster, Mr. Kurtz's Radical-in-Chief draws on never-before-seen evidence to reveal the carefully hidden tale of Barack Obama's political past. 

Fred Barnes on EPPC's Faith Angle Forum

 In the Weekly Standard, Fred Barnes recounts the history of EPPC Vice President Michael Cromartie's Faith Angle Forum for journalists and celebrates them as "a rare recent example of the quality of journalism being improved."

Read more about the Faith Angle Forum here