A History of the Mont Pelerin Society

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CONTENTS: Preface; Part 1: PREHISTORY, FORMATION, & ORGANIZATION -- The Prehistory of the Mont Pelerin Society; The Founding of the Society; Organization & Finance. Part 2: THE MEETINGS, 1949-91: A CHRONOLOGICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE SURVEY -- The First Twelve Years; The Hunold Affair; Princeton & Oxford; Kassel & Turin; The Meetings of the 1960s; The 1970s & 1980s. Part 3: ASSESSMENT & CONCLUSIONS -- The Mont Pelerin Society & the Revival of Liberalism; Mont Pelerin Liberalism; Index.

A History of the Mont Pelerin Society

CONTENTS: Preface; Part 1: PREHISTORY, FORMATION, & ORGANIZATION -- The Prehistory of the Mont Pelerin Society; The Founding of the Society; Organization & Finance. Part 2: THE MEETINGS, 1949-91: A CHRONOLOGICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE SURVEY -- The First Twelve Years; The Hunold Affair; Princeton & Oxford; Kassel & Turin; The Meetings of the 1960s; The 1970s & 1980s. Part 3:

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