Historic Philadelphia is the scene of Statesman Debate’s Town Hall. Our town halls, open to adults, address key issues of US Public Policy today. Sometimes, they revisit key moments in US History.
Statesman Debates makes public affairs more interesting because it immerses you relatively quickly and because it gives you a greater voice in public affairs. Enjoy the company of people like yourself who enjoy learning and sharing ideas. Access major competing views of Higher Education, Think Tanks, Government and Corporations, and add your own views to theirs.
The Grand Ballroom of Stotesbury Mansion, home of the Philopatrian Literary Institute, in Philadelphia, Pennsylsvania, will lend its grandeur and charm to our first … TOWN HALL … which will take place in the fall of 2016.
Let us show you Historic Philadelphia in a whole new light!
“When, in some obscure country town, the farmers come together to a special town meeting, to express their opinion on some subject which is vexing the land, that, I think, is the true Congress, and the most respectable one that is ever assembled in the United States.”
— Henry David Thoreau
“Slavery In Massachusetts,” Speech 1854