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It is a privilege to act as a co-chairman of this year's Buckley Prize Dinner and to be part of an evening honoring two of our truly great Americans, Secretary George Shultz and Michael Grebe, director emeritus of the Bradley Foundation, with whom I have been privileged to be a colleague at the Hoover Institution and the Bradley Foundation. The National Review enterprise is committed to the same American ideals of freedom, democracy, and American exceptionalism that Secretary Shultz and Michael Grebe have promoted and protected throughout their distinguished careers. I hope you can join us in honoring both of these distinguished Americans.

Sincerely,

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Victor Davis Hanson
Senior Fellow, National Review Institute  


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