FEE awarded $1.8 million John Templeton Foundation grant to test free-market messaging to Millennials

Project will create innovative free-market media with data-driven distribution and analytics.

Atlanta, GA.–The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) has been awarded a three-year, $1.8 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation to define new and better ways to communicate with Millennials about the humane values and ethical principles of a free society. Through experimental message testing, digital distribution, and data feedback analysis, FEE will communicate to Millennials that the pathway to human flourishing, dignity, and abundance is through individual liberty, free markets, limited government, and the entrepreneurial spirit.

- July 21, 2016
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Real Heroes: Inspiring True Stories of Courage, Character, and Conviction

Announcing FEE President Lawrence W. Reed's new book: "Real Heroes: Inspiring True Stories of Courage, Character, and Conviction," featuring over 40 stories of heroic individuals who have changed the world. Pre-order for $14.40 today.

This book is published in partnership with the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, Inc.

Happy 99th Birthday Bettina Bien Greaves

The Foundation for Economic Education celebrates the 99th birthday of Bettina Bien Greaves.

- July 19, 2016
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2016 Carl Menger Essay Contest Winners

2016 Carl Menger Essay Contest Winners Announced

- July 06, 2016
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We’re Not in the Suburbs Any More

A striking symbol of FEE's transformation is the comparison of our new headquarters office in Atlanta’s Midtown district with our historic headquarters building in Irvington-on-Hudson, NY.

- July 01, 2016

Students From Around the World Learn About the Power of Capitalism

This past Memorial Day weekend, FEE and the Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism (CISC) partnered to host the “Capitalism: Unlocking Human Potential” seminar at Clemson University.

The Income Tax: Root of all Evil

So long as the confiscation of private property is legalized, no country is immune from absolutism and tyranny. 

 

- April 15, 2016
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Introducing Freedom as a Hero’s Journey

The Freeman is the world’s only print magazine designed to introduce freedom as an ethical life philosophy to young people who are new to these ideas.

- April 01, 2016

The Economic Policy of the Nazis

Nazism conquered Germany because it never encountered any adequate intellectual resistance. 

 

- March 10, 2016
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Steal This, Please

FEE encourages you to steal from FEE.org.

- March 02, 2016

F.A. Hayek on FEE and Leonard Read

If at any point in the past man had mapped out his future on the basis of the then-existing knowledge and then followed this plan, we would not be where we are.

- February 11, 2016
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Bob Chitester Wins 2016 Blinking Lights Award

At its Annual Retreat in Bonita Springs, Florida last weekend, the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) announced the winner of its second-ever Blinking Lights Award: Robert “Bob” Chitester.  

- February 04, 2016
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Great News!

I’ve just returned from FEE’s Annual Retreat over the weekend, entitled “Investing in Freedom’s Next Generation,” where we heard one success story after another.

- February 02, 2016

Why I Am Not a Conservative

Conservatism proper is a legitimate, probably necessary, and certainly widespread attitude of opposition to drastic change.

- January 27, 2016
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The Free Market and its Enemies: Pseudo-Science, Socialism, and Inflation

In the summer of 1951, Mises, as he did every year, gave a series of lectures at the Foundation for Economic Education. Bettina Bien Greaves took word for word shorthand notes at those lectures and they are transcribed in this collection. The nine lectures included here cover the foundations of economics, the nature of economics, socialism, the achievements of capitalism, and three lectures devoted to monetary theory, inflation, and business cycles. Delivered just two years after the publication of Human Action, these lectures are Mises the teacher in his prime, making economics understandable for the interested citizen.

- January 14, 2016

The House That Uncle Sam Built

In this essay, we trace the path of the recession from its origins in the housing market bubble to the policies offered to cure the aftermath.

 

Do You Know Any of These FEE Faculty?

The FEE Faculty Network boasts more than 150 of the finest freedom-friendly scholars and public intellectuals in the nation

- January 04, 2016

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