Lecture on Free Enterprise at National Hellenic Museum

The National Hellenic Museum in Chicago

Dr. Alexander G. Alemis will be discussing his newest book, True free Enterprise vs. Socialism and Communism in an upcoming lecture at the National Hellenic Museum. The dentist, inventor and writer will talk about the reasons behind the downfall of the Hellenic culture and explore ways in which we might revitalize Greek culture today.

The lecture will touch on the doctor’s core philosophy. As he told the Museum, “The political system which exists in a country is what determines the success or failure of that country and its citizens.

Dr. Alexander Alemis

“Responsible democracy in a true free-enterprise system is the best governing system ever developed. It takes what naturally exists in nature and it arranges it in the best possible manner to produce the most possible success and happiness for the people under it,” he concluded.

Born in Greece, Dr. Alemis emigrated to the United States when he was sixteen years old. He went on to graduate with honors from Judson University and then was accepted into the University of Illinois College of Dentistry. Dr. Alemis has been practicing dentistry since 1986 and is the founder of the Family Dental Care Group, one of the largest groups of dentists in the Chicago area.

Dr. Alemis has also published many books and articles and has created an extensive series of seminars. He has more than 30 U.S. and State registered trademarks to his name.

Event Information:

The National Hellenic Museum will be hosting Dr. Alemis’ presentation on January 13, 2019 from 2:00 pm until 5:00 PM. The museum is located at 333 South Halsted St. in Chicago, IL.

The entrance fee will be $10 for members, $15 for non-members and $5 for students. For more information and tickets, visit nationalhellenicmuseuam.org/alemis