Foundation for Economic Education

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Foundation for Economic Education
Founder(s) Leonard E. Read
Type Educational foundation
(IRS exemption status): 501(c)(3)
Tax ID No. 136006960[1]
Founded 1946
Location 30 South Broadway
Irvington, New York 10533[2]
Key people President-
Lawrence W. Reed
Executive Director-
Carl Oberg
Area served United States
Focus economics, libertarianism
Mission "to study and advance the freedom philosophy."[3]
Method literature, lecture, academic scholarship
Revenue $1,762,290 (2009)[1]
Endowment $5,191,625 [4]

The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) is "one of the oldest free-market organizations" established in the United States specifically "to study and advance the freedom philosophy."[3] The FEE promotes, researches and promulgates free-market, classical liberal, and libertarian ideas through its monthly magazine, The Freeman, as well as through pamphlets, lectures, and academic sponsorship. It also publishes reprints of classic libertarian texts, and arranges seminars for American public figures.



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