Join us at CSIS for an Alumni Reception and Program: Congress in Crisis – Thursday, April 16

You’re Invited!

Dean James B. Steinberg and the Maxwell School Advisory Board invite you to

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Join us for a discussion of political dysfunction in Congress with authors
and former Congressmen Martin Frost (D-TX) and Tom Davis (R-VA). Their total congressional service tops 40 years, and each served two terms chairing his  respective party campaign committee.

Now they have joined forces in a different fight — the battle to
save Congress from itself. The Partisan Divide: Congress in Crisis is their
roadmap for fixing America’s broken political system and the resulting legislative logjam. Their discussion of issues raised in The Partisan Divide will be moderated by Grant Reeher, director of Maxwell’s Campbell Public Affairs Institute.

April 16, 2015

5 pm, Doors Open • 5:30 pm, Program
Reception Follows

Signed copies of The Partisan Divide will be
available for purchase at this event.

Please RSVP Here

All are welcome. Please invite others who would enjoy this free event.

CSIS Headquarters

1616 Rhode Island Avenue NW
Washington, DC


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During the reception immediately following the event, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in the School’s #ToMeCitizenship campaign by filling out a thought bubble and completing the sentence, “To me, citizenship….”  A photographer will be on hand to capture a picture of you with your comment.  Go to to learn more.

Can’t join us?
The event will  archived on the Maxwell School  YouTube channel


More about our panelists:

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Tom Davis served in Congress, 1994-2008, representing Virginia’s 11th district; he chaired the House Committee on Government Reform and Oversight before retiring in 2008.


Martin Frost served in Congress 26 years, representing Texas’s 24th district; he chaired the House Democratic Caucus for four years.

Davis and Frost are the authors of

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Can’t join us? Please check out all these great ways to stay connected to your Maxwell network:

DC Alumni Association Facebook Group: Maxwell DC Alumni Association

Maxwell International Network of DC Facebook Group: Maxwell in DC

DC Listserv: Maxwell DC Yahoo Listserv

Join Maxwell’s Washington, D.C. LinkedIn Network to locate alumni near you

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