Miller to Talk Money and Politics at Policy Forum
September 13, 1999
Dallas (September 13, 1999) - The political market place is so rigged to protect incumbents that it amounts to a monopoly. But, conventional campaign finance reform proposals to "fix" the problem will only give incumbents an even greater advantage over challengers. So argues former Reagan budget director, James C. Miller III, who will be the featured speaker at the next NCPA/Dallas Fed Policy Forum on Wednesday, Sept. 15.
Miller, who is currently a fellow at the Hoover Institution and a John M. Olin Distinguished Fellow at the Citizens for a Sound Economy, will discuss his book Monopoly Politics, and it's solutions for reforming politics to make it more competitive and responsive to voters.
WHO: James C. Miller III, Olin Fellow, Citizens for a Sound Economy Fellow; Hoover Institution
WHAT: Policy Forum Sponsored By National Center For Policy Analysis and Federal Reserve Bank Of Dallas
WHEN: Wednesday, September 15, 1999 Noon To 1:30 Pm Cdt
WHERE: Federal Reserve Bank Of Dallas, 2200 N. Pearl Street, Dallas, Texas
In addition to serving as OMB Director under President Reagan, Miller served as Reagan's anti-trust chief at the Federal Trade Commission and before that taught economics at several universities.