Stephen B. Young, Global Executive Director of the Caux Round Table for Moral Capitalism, will present a free, public lecture titled, "Can American Democracy Survive Without a Thriving Middle Class?" at 6:30 p.m. in Allen Ballroom of Rossin Campus Center at Washington & Jefferson College.
Young, who was an Assistant Dean at Harvard Law School and later Dean and Professor of Law at the Hamline University Law School, is author of "Moral Capitalism," a book written as a guide to use for the Caux Round Table ethical and socially responsible Principles for Business. The Caux Round Table is an international network of business leaders who advocate a principled approach to business in the global economy.
This event is part of Washington & Jefferson College's Symposium on Democracy: https://www.washjeff.edu/democracy