Amidst the first year of a controversial presidency with near-constant political turmoil, campus political groups such as the Swarthmore Conservatives and the Swarthmore Democrats are looking for ways to expand their outreach and build upon the progress they made last year. The
CORRECTION: The title of this news article previously read “Lobbying groups work with Swarthmore Conservatives.” “Lobbying” has been removed to more accurately reflect the content of the article. Recently, the Swarthmore Conservative Society was distributing materials belonging to the organization Turning Point
The Swarthmore Conservative Society, in partnership with the American Enterprise Institute on campus, has invited controversial academic Charles Murray to speak about the results of the 2016 presidential election in relation to his book “Coming Apart: The State of White America, 1960-2010”.