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ALEC.

Last seen on: Wall Street Journal Crossword – July 30 2020 – It’s Time to Turn In

Random information on the term “ALEC”:

Atlas Network, formerly known as the Atlas Economic Research Foundation, is a nonprofit organization based in the United States. The group aims to promote free-market economic policies across the world. The stated mission of the Atlas Network is “Atlas Network increases global prosperity by strengthening a network of independent partner organizations that promote individual freedom and are committed to identifying and removing barriers to human flourishing.” Atlas Network has awarded grants of over $20 million. Atlas Network is not named after Ayn Rand’s novel Atlas Shrugged.

Atlas was founded in 1981 by Sir Antony Fisher. After founding the Institute of Economic Affairs in London in 1955, Fisher had helped to establish the Fraser Institute, the Manhattan Institute and the Pacific Research Institute in the 1970s. Fisher conceived of Atlas as a means to connect various think tanks via a global network through which the organizations could learn best practices from one another and “pass the best research and policy ideas from one to the other, and so avoid the need to reinvent the wheel.” Atlas has been described as “self replicating, a think tank that creates think tanks.”

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