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Chairman’s Circle $50,000+
- Annual private dinner with MI president Reihan Salam and select scholars
- Name listed in the Hamilton Dinner program with purchase of a ticket and Metropolitan Council materials
Founding Member $25,000
- Invitation to monthly in-person fireside chats with MI Scholars in mid-town Manhattan
- Premier access to the Hamilton Dinner
- Exclusive calls with MI scholars including Chris Rufo, Heather Mac Donald, and Glenn Loury, among others
Metropolitan Council $10,000
- Print subscription to quarterly City Journal magazine
- Complimentary advance copies of new books published by MI scholars
- Invitation to the annual James Q. Wilson Lecture
- Quarterly exclusive events with MI scholars and featured writers
"The Institute's intellectual capital far exceeds its financial capital, making it the most cost-effective organization of its kind. Although the impact of our ideas dwarfs our financial resources, we still need the latter. There is not a better bargain to be had."
The Manhattan Institute's events program offers a dynamic platform for thought leaders and policy experts to engage in stimulating discussions on pressing issues.
"City Journal [published by Manhattan Institute] is a model of how substance and style can combine to make a journal of policy and culture into a powerful force for good. It stands as proof that genuine, enduring influence can only be won by being earn."
Yuval Levin, Editor of National Affairs