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Elise Thompson

Founded in 1946, the Foundation for Economic Education is America's oldest "free enterprise" research and educational institute, headquartered first in Irvington, New York and now Atlanta, Georgia. 

Its missions is to inspire, educate, and connect future leaders with the economic, ethical, and legal principles of a free society. It focuses primarily on reaching young people, ages 16-24, through seminars, publications, social media, and online lectures. A core component of the Foundation's message is the critical, indispensable connection between character, liberty, and a free economy. Its flagship journal, The Freeman, is available online, in print, and via Kindle. 

FEE is sustained entirely by the voluntary, tax deductible contributions of other foundations, individuals, and businesses who believe that character, liberty, and a free economy are worth supporting.

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