Tag: Atlas Network

This Thanksgiving, Call Us ‘Thank Tanks’

By Benita M. Dodd As terrorists were detonating deadly bombs in Beirut, hundreds of liberty-minded activists from around the world were gathered in New York City for the annual Atlas Network’s Liberty Forum. There were hijabs, gaucho hats and more as representatives of  465 free-market organizations from more than 80 countries mingled with policy leaders and representatives from America’s state-based free-market think tanks. As terrorists were detonating deadly bombs in Paris, hundreds of liberty-minded activists were heading home, strengthened with the intellectual armor to champion liberty. They returned home to take on misguided progressives in some cases and brutal oppression in other cases. The Free Market Foundation of South Africa’s representatives at the Atlas Liberty Forum met their South African-American… View Article
By Benita M. Dodd The average Joe’s eyes tend to glaze over when I share that I work at a state-focused free-market think tank. I try again, telling them it’s a public policy research organization. What finally resonates is when I say, as I did this week at the sushi restaurant I frequent, “I work to keep government out of your business: lower taxes and stop interfering in how you run your business.” When that dawned on the server at the restaurant, whose first language clearly isn’t English, a huge smile lit up her face. As I left, she said to me, laughing, “Now, go do your work!” I love my work. It may sound like a highfalutin profession, but… View Article

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