Talk:Center for Public Choice

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I have relocated material from the article page here -- as it was it was difficult to understand and needed restructuring. I have deleted the oft-repeated text re Fred Singer. If it is relevant in this article it can go as a link but doesn't need repeating -- bob
In this webpage Rush Limbaugh's substitute host is disclosed.
And, in this webpage we see how the Center for Public Choice is used in the full-service student brainwashing program.

One also learns economics by not being a loner. Students are strongly encouraged to form study groups. At least for Professor Williams' classes students may form groups even to do written, for-credit assignments. The only strong admonition is that the student fully understands (and can explain his answers if called upon to do so in class) whatever is turned in for credit. In addition to study groups, students are encouraged to take advantage of our guest lecturer series at the several centers related to the Economics Department. They are: James Buchanan Center, Center for Public Choice, Mercatus Center, the Institute for Humane Studies; and, should you have an interest in law and economics, the George Mason University Law School (Arlington campus), has both economists as well as legal scholars on their faculty and as guest lecturers.

From the Koch Industries website bio on Charles G. Koch
Charles G. Koch
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Koch is a director of Intrust Bank, N.A. His non-business activities include serving as chairman of the Institute for Humane Studies, the Claude R. Lambe Charitable Foundation and the Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation, on the board of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, and as a member of the Mont Pelerin Society.