Category Archives: Mont Pelerin

VIDEO — Angus Burgin on Hayek, Friedman, the Mont Pelerin Society & the Rise of ‘NeoLiberalism’

Find the video here.

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In the mail — The Great Persuasion by Angus Burgin

Just starting The Great Persuasion: Reinventing Free Markets since the Depression by Angus Burgin, the story of Hayek, Friedman and the Mont Pelerin Society.

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2010 Mont Pelerin Society Meetings — Program

Read the program here.  Papers are made available to members only.  Strange, but true. Pete Boettke will report live from the meetings through the week at Coordination Problem.

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Remembering Manuel Ayau

Robert Sirico on Muso Ayau, founder of the Universidad Francisco Marroquín and former President of the Mont Pelerin Society.

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MEMO: Ludwig Mises on Hayek’s “Mont Pelerin Society” Proposal

From Ludwig Mises’ memo titled “Observations on Professor Hayek’s Plan” (pdf) dated Dec. 31, 1946: The weak point in Professor Hayek’s plan is that it relies upon the cooperation of many men who are known for their endorsement of interventionism. … Continue reading

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history: How $2,000 Launched a Revolution

From Quin Hillyer’s review of Funding Fathers and Foundations of Betrayal: The good news is that conservative philanthropy often gets more bang for its bucks. In Funding Fathers: The Unsung Heros of the Conservative Movement, Hoplin and Robinson tell a … Continue reading

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