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Strategic Notes from FEE, February 2015

FEBRUARY 03, 2015 by WAYNE OLSON

Teachers of free market economics, particularly those like FEE who are influenced by the Austrian school, have a major advantage over those who cling to the Keynesian mainstream.

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President’s Quarterly Update—January 2015

JANUARY 07, 2015 by LAWRENCE W. REED

We begin 2015 with the wind at our backs and an exciting course set for the months ahead.

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FEE Announces 2015 Leonard E. Read Distinguished Alumni Award Winner

JANUARY 07, 2015

FEE is pleased to announce that Mr. Giancarlo Ibárgüen is the winner of the second annual Leonard E. Read Distinguished Alumni Award.

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Support FEE This Holiday Season

DECEMBER 24, 2014 by LAWRENCE W. REED

We hope you'll consider supporting FEE and the thousands of students we engage every year.

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President's Year-End Letter 2014

DECEMBER 15, 2014 by LAWRENCE W. REED

FEE President Lawrence W. Reed's year-end letter for 2014.

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Strategic Notes from FEE—Using The Freeman to expand our circle of acquaintance

DECEMBER 12, 2014 by WAYNE OLSON

In 2015 FEE will be re-positioning the physical magazine as a quarterly. This will enable us to make it a showcase of the most successful articles from the daily online publication and for an occasional special issue focused on a particular area of interest.

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FEE Seminars 2015

DECEMBER 02, 2014

FEE's seminars give students the tools they need to apply economic thinking in their daily lives. For 2015, FEE presents 12 three-day seminars throughout the country, each of which explores different topics and dimensions of the freedom philosophy.

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Annual Report 2014

NOVEMBER 25, 2014

Please read through the 2014 Annual Report and let us know how we are doing in our mission to Inspire, Educate and Connect future leaders with the principles of a free society.

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