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This Occasional Paper begins with a transcript of a conversation with Harris and ...
This Occasional Paper begins with a transcript of a conversation with Harris and Seldon wPBh provides many insights into how they work and what obstacles they encountered. Eight distinguished scholars, each familiar with the work of the Institute, then provide commentaries which assess its influence on thinking and the challenge to government which it constituted during the Harris/Seldon years.
|The theme of the conversation||19|
|1||Spies in the night?||67|
|2||The IEA's influence in our times||70|
|3||The IEA and its indirect influence abroad||73|
|4||A team of singular impact||76|
|5||Yes, Minister and the IEA||77|
|6||Stupor mundi: the IEA and its impact||81|
|7||The IEA and the advance to classical liberalism||85|
|8||The intellectual situation in the United States in the post-war years and the influence of the IEA||88|
|About the IEA||92|