Category Archives: Mont Pelerin

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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crisis: PDFs & MP3s from the Mont Pelerin Society’s Special Session on the Global Crisis, March 5-7

Speakers include Deepak Lal, Amity Shlaes, Niall Ferguson, John Taylor, Gary Becker, Antonio Martino, Hannes H. Gissurarson, Henry Butler, John Greenwood, Martin Wolf, Timothy Congdon, Peter Boettke, Edwin Feulner, Greg Lindsay, Steve Forbes and Ayaan Hirsi Ali.  (pdf) Listen to … Continue reading

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fighting back: Mont Pelerin Society Meets in NY

“If you bound the arms and legs of gold-medal swimmer Michael Phelps, weighed him down with chains, threw him in a pool and he sank, you wouldn’t call it a ‘failure of swimming’. So, when markets have been weighted down … Continue reading

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Mont Pelerin Society to Meet in Tokyo

The Mont Pelerin Society celebrates it’s 60th anniversary with a meeting in Tokyo this September with a special focus on Technology and Freedom.

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