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    Rahm Emanuel on Why Mayors Run the World

    Almost a year since he left office, former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel dissects the growing power of city leaders to affect meaningful change and chart the course of policy in municipalities around the globe.

    Rahm Emanuel
    55th Mayor of the City of Chicago
    Mellody Hobson
    Co-CEO, Ariel Investments

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    The Power of Cities: Rahm Emanuel on Why Mayors Run the World

    Rahm Emanuel
    55th Mayor of the City of Chicago
    Mellody Hobson
    Co-CEO, Ariel Investments

    In the first Chicago stop on the national tour for his new book The Nation City: Why Mayors Are Now Running the World, two-term Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel will explore how local leaders flip old notions of governance upside down. In a conversation with Ariel Investments Co-CEO Mellody Hobson, Mayor Emanuel will talk about how cities—not national governments—are innovating everything from education and infrastructure to job conditions and environmental policies. 

    Special thanks to Unabridged Bookstore, our official book partner for this event.

    *Order price includes a copy of Emanuel's new book, The Nation City: Why Mayors Are Now Running the World, which will be available for pick up at the event. Please note that any applicable discounts or ticket price reductions apply only to the cost of the ticket ($15). Tickets are not available for purchase without a book.*