The Hill Presents: A More Perfect Union

America didn't just happen; it was created in order to advance the human condition, to give rise to democracy, to sculpt a nation of opportunity, values, and rule of law. That experiment continues to this day and while achievements abound, "the idea that is America" remains short of its promise.

America is worth the effort -- always learning from the past, evaluating, reconsidering, debating, improving.

In October 2021, The Hill's A More Perfect Union gathers national and global political leaders, policy innovators, and thought provocateurs for a consequential forum on some of the most urgent, challenging issues of our time.

 

Tuesday, October 26th - Thursday, October 28th
Daily programming beginning at 11:30 AM ET/8:30 AM PT

 

Full video for Tuesday, October 26

Full video for Wednesday, October 27

Full video for Thursday, October 28

 

For the full list of speakers and agenda, please click here.

 

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