Edward H. Crane
Edward H. Crane is the President and CEO of the Cato Institute, a Washington D.C.-headquartered libertarian think tank which he founded. In 2006 Crane was paid $124,491 in total renumeration by the think tank.
A biographical note states that he "was at the forefront of promoting personal accounts in lieu of the current Social Security system, and was one of the first national leaders of the term limits movement. Crane is the coeditor of several books, publisher of Regulation magazine, serves on the Board of U.S. Term Limits, and is a member of the Mont Pelerin Society. He is a chartered financial analyst and former vice president at Alliance Capital Management Corp. Crane's writing has been published in the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the New York Times and Forbes. He has been interviewed on NPR's Morning Edition and Talk of the Nation, C-SPAN's Washington Journal, Fox News Channel, MSNBC, and other media. Crane holds an MBA from the University of Southern California."
Articles and Resources
- ↑ Cato Institute, 2006 Annual Report, page 26.
- ↑ "Edward H. Crane: Founder and President", Cato Institute, accessed March 2008.
- ↑ Donors and Sponsors, Free Africa Foundation, accessed June 26, 2009.
Related SourceWatch Articles
- Jeffrey H. Birnbaum, "Private-Account Concept Grew From Obscure Roots," Washington Post, February 23, 2005.