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This event is in honor of Constitution Day and co-sponsored by the Jack Miller Center About the lecture: The American Founders had a coherent philosophy of foreign policy, which was informed by the principles expressed in the Declaration of Independence. Those principles provided guides for statesmen to achieve the overarching goals of American foreign policy: securing the rights and interests of the United States and its citizens, and satisfying the demands of justice. About the speaker: Christopher Burkett is Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Ashbrook Scholar Program for undergraduate students at Ashland University. He is editor of Ashbrook’s 50 Core American Documents and has written on the American Founding, Progressivism, and American Foreign Policy.