Vortex Fisher : freeorder generators (forges)
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Leif Smith
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Explorers Foundation, Inc.
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This vortex is named in honor of Anthony Fisher (later knighted), visionary first funder (through money earned in the Buxted Chicken venture) of the Institute for Economic Affairs IEA
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Related vortices: Archer
 
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Funding Fathers: The Unsung Heroes of the Conservative Movement, by Nicole Hoplin and Ron Robinson
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If “conservative” means nothing more than “one who conserves liberty for all” then, understood in the context of freeorder, this title is accurate.
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A chapter is devoted to the life and work of Anthony Fisher.
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“Antony Fisher: Champion of Liberty,” by Gerald Frost
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“The Political Movement that Dared not Speak its own Name: The Neoliberal Thought Collective Under Erasure, ” by Philip Mirowski
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“Why do so many people who should know better argue that Neoliberalism 'does not exist'? In this paper I examine the disinclination to treat the Neoliberal political project as a serious intellectual project motivating a series of successes in the public sphere. Economists seem especially remiss in this regard.”
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