The Competition of Ideas: The World of the Washington Think Tanks

@inproceedings{Weidenbaum2008TheCO,
  title={The Competition of Ideas: The World of the Washington Think Tanks},
  author={M. Weidenbaum},
  year={2008}
}
Murray Weidenbaum has been a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and the Center for Strategic and International Studies, a speaker at meetings at the Brookings Institution, the Cato Institute, and the Heritage Foundation and has also written for their publications, and served as a reviewer of ongoing studies. In "The Competition of Ideas", Weidenbaum examines the political economy of these vital institutions, drawing heavily on several decades of involvement in their… Expand
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