The Invention of ‘Neo-Liberalism’: The Colloque Lippmann after 70 years
Commonly acknowledged as one of the most important precursors to the Mont Pelerin Society, the "Colloque Walter Lippmann" was a 1938 meeting of twenty-six economists and liberal thinkers who came together to discuss the challenges to liberalism. The motives for this Liberty Fund conference were two-fold: 1. to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Colloque, and 2. to discuss the same issues which animated the original colloquium, for those issues continue to be relevant today. Conference readings mixed the written record of the Colloque Lippmann with a range of supplemental texts—often by the Colloque participants themselves—designed to expand upon each theme.
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