526 diverse people from across the country met for a weekend in Dallas to discuss politics. There was no blood shed and they even enjoyed themselves. Now you can too!

Learn more about the America in 1 Room experience. On JAN. 29, 2020 at 7:30 pm (Eastern time) The Center for the Study of Liberty will bring you a LIVE online interview and discussion with the architects of "America in One Room," a ground-breaking experiment conducted in September 2019. Could our democracy work better if citizens were actually able to think through policy proposals and deliberate?

To explore the possibilities, Professors James Fishkin and Larry Diamond brought together over 500 individuals as a random representative sampling of American voters for a 3-day experience in self-government. The "America in One Room" participants tackled 5 of today's most controversial issues: immigration, healthcare, foreign policy, the environment, and the economy.

The free online conversations are open to the public. Advance registration is required at The session will last for one hour and fifteen minutes, and the Center will facilitate an interview and discussion with our guest via Zoom video chat. Participants will be required to use an online video chat platform in order to recreate the feel of an in-person interview and Q&A. A brief tutorial of the platform will be shared prior to the session.

What’s New

Version 1.2

All new content from the Stanford Center for Deliberative Democracy. The America in 1 Room event brought over 500 people of diverse backgrounds to Texas for a weekend of political discussions. Read the material from the event and respond to some of the proposals. Updated candidate lists.

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