Roger Scruton Joins EPPC

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We are pleased to announce that the English philosopher Roger Scruton has joined EPPC as a Senior Fellow. The author of three dozen books, Mr. Scruton will focus his work at EPPC on such subjects as the need for a new urbanism that emphasizes beauty and the cultural implications of neuroscience.

Peter Wehner Rejoins EPPC

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The Ethics and Public Policy Center is delighted to announce that, after serving as a senior adviser to the Romney campaign, Peter Wehner is rejoining EPPC as a senior fellow.

Mary Eberstadt Joins EPPC

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The Ethics and Public Policy Center is delighted to announce that Mary Eberstadt is joining EPPC as a senior fellow. She will continue her influential writing on issues relating to American society, culture, religion, and philosophy.

Catholic Women and Contraception: Stark Challenges, Hidden Opportunities

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By Mary Rice Hasson

A new report, What Catholic Women Think About Faith, Conscience, and Contraception, presents groundbreaking research on the views of church-going Catholic women (ages 18-54) on issues of faith, conscience, and contraception.

Peter Wehner Departs EPPC for Romney Campaign

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Peter Wehner, a longtime Senior Fellow at EPPC, has recently disaffiliated from EPPC in order to join Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign as a senior adviser.