Turning Intellect Into Influence.

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Reed Press, 2004

Reading these essays, one is brought to the heart of some of today's most pressing public policy debates: What is the proper role and responsibility of government? How does one define racial equality? How do economies—and cities—prosper? What measures are needed to ensure that every American child receives a good education?

Turning Intellect into Influence also includes a preface from Manhattan Institute chairman emeritus Roger Hertog and president Lawrence J. Mone, as well as a complete bibliography of institute-sponsored books and a list of Wriston Lectures.

For twenty five years, the Manhattan Institute has been one of America’s leading think tanks, providing an ongoing source of new ideas about how a society based on freedom and individual responsibility can flourish. In Turning Intellect into Influence, nine leading writers and commentators give in-depth assessments of the institute’s intellectual achievement over the last quarter century:


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New York's Big Think
By David Boaz
New York Post, December 5th, 2004

TWO years ago I spent a great deal of time pro ducing two publications celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Cato Institute. So I couldn't help but admire the wisdom of the Manhattan Institute's officers in getting other people to write about that organization's first 25 years. more >>>

 


Turning Intellect into Influence: The Manhattan Institute at 25
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In Turning Intellect into Influence, nine leading writers and commentators give in-depth assessments of the intellectual achievement over the last quarter century of the Manhattan Institute, one of America's leading think tanks.