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Farewell Irvington Auction

JULY 14, 2014

We are auctioning off items from FEE's home of 68 years as we say our final farewell to this historic landmark and celebrate FEE's exciting future.

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Strategic Notes from FEE—Turning the Tables

JULY 01, 2014 by WAYNE OLSON

We've been writing a lot in The Freeman lately about new business models that use digital technologies in ways that enable individuals to do business with each other directly, without a traditional merchant in the middle.

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Roger Ream Elected as FEE’s New Board of Trustees Chairman

JUNE 16, 2014

FEE is proud to announce that Mr. Roger Ream, President of The Fund for American Studies and the Foundation for Teaching Economics, has been elected by FEE's Board of Trustees as Chairman.

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Building the Future: FEE’s Alumni Network

President’s Quarterly Message – June 2014

JUNE 09, 2014 by LAWRENCE W. REED
An Update from the President

Once we introduce "newcomers" to ideas of liberty and a free economy, the goal of the FEE Alumni Network is to nurture them to the next level.

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Lawrence W. Reed Interviewed by the Lara-Murphy Report

JUNE 03, 2014 by LAWRENCE W. REED

FEE President Lawrence W. Reed was featured in an interview in this month's Lara-Murphy Report.

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Strategic Notes from FEE—Seeing is Believing

JUNE 03, 2014 by WAYNE OLSON

When a student encounters a new idea or proposition about the world, before considering the question--"Do I believe this?"--he or she needs to see it in the mind's eye.

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England’s Whetstone Named FEE’s First “Blinking Lights” Award Recipient

MAY 26, 2014

FEE is pleased to announce the recipient of its first "Blinking Lights" Award: Linda Whetstone of Sussex, England.

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Strategic Notes from FEE—Bricks & Mortar

MAY 01, 2014 by WAYNE OLSON

FEE has entered into a contract for sale of its historic headquarters in Irvington-on-Hudson, NY and is consolidating its operations in rented office space in Atlanta.

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Strategic Notes from FEE—Reaching New Audiences

APRIL 01, 2014 by WAYNE OLSON

If we want to grow as a community of freedom-loving people, we need to reach out to people who don't already share our world-view.

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FEE Seminar Applications have been extended!

APRIL 01, 2014

We extended the application deadline for our new Spring Seminar Liberty, Free Markets, and Moral Character and our 3 High School and 7 College Seminars!

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