Luncheon and Book Signing with Stephen Moore

January 24, 2019
155 Sansome Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

Join us in San Francisco for an
author’s luncheon and book signing with
The Heritage Foundation’s Stephen Moore

Thursday, January 24, 2019
Noon Luncheon
The City Club of San Francisco
9th Floor, The Library
155 Sansome Street

*Books can be purchased at luncheon.

Ticket Information
General Admission: $60
Sir Antony Fisher Freedom Society Members: $30
(Need to join or renew your membership? Click here.)

Due to overwhelming demand, registration for this event is now closed.

For more information, please contact Laura Dannerbeck, Events Consultant, at
(415) 250-9206 or [email protected]


Join us for a presentation and book signing with Stephen Moore and his new book

Inside the America First Plan to Revive Our Economy

In Trumponomics, economists Stephen Moore and Arthur B. Laffer offer a well-informed defense of the president’s approach to trade, taxes, employment, infrastructure, and other economic policies.

Trumponomics offers an insider’s view on how Trump operates in public and behind closed doors, his priorities and passions, and his greatest attributes and liabilities.

Stephen Moore is an American writer and economic policy analyst. Moore’s work continues to appear regularly in the Wall Street Journal, The Washington Times, and various publications including The Weekly Standard and National Review.

Moore is known for advocating free-market policies and supply-side economics. He is a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at The Heritage Foundation.

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