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"CHRONICLES OF SOCIALISM OF THE 21ST CENTURY" EXAMINES ECUADOR'S RECENT HISTORY

June 12, 2020

Atlas Network partner Libre Razón has released "Crónicas del Socialismo del Siglo XXI," a libertarian analysis of how Ecuador’s socialist government has become increasingly divided as a result of corruption scandals and a collapsing economy. Written by Andrés Ortiz Lemos and Luis Espinosa Goded, the book analyzes the country’s economic, social, and political structure in order to educate people on how "Correísmo," current president Lenin Moreno, and the local form of socialism have negatively impacted Ecuador and the region.

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ALBERTA INSTITUTE LEADS THE WAY ON ACCOUNTABILITY

June 8, 2020

The Alberta Institute, an Atlas Network partner in Canada, had been promoting accountability, transparency, and fiscal prudence in municipal governments across Alberta for years, and their efforts are bearing fruit in a number of areas.

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SECONDSTREET.ORG CHANGES THE NARRATIVE ON BIG GOVERNMENT IN CANADA

March 17, 2020

“How do government policies impact everyday Canadians?” That’s the question that Secondstreet.org, an organization based in Saskatchewan, is exploring. Through a series of videos and articles on secondstreet.org, SecondStreet.org is revealing the ways government-run healthcare, energy, and business regulations are negatively impacting millions of Canadians.

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HOW TO LEVERAGE RESOURCES WITHIN THE LIBERTY MOVEMENT | MATT WARNER ON THE BOB ZADEK SHOW

March 9, 2020

“While the ‘problem’ of development has stymied well-funded academics and supranational government bodies, Atlas Network has used the same ‘engage and exchange’ formula time and time again to spur growth and entrepreneurship without accepting a penny from any government or quasi-government institutions,” says The Bob Zadek show, which recently featured Matt Warner in an hour-long interview examining development economics.

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BOOK SERIES SEEKS TO INTRODUCE ECONOMIC CONCEPTS TO CHILDREN

March 9, 2020

David Descoteaux, a Canadian business columnist associated with the Montreal Economic Institute, has launched a book series that seeks to introduce basic economics and finance lessons to children. The books, intended for ages 6-10, tie economics and finance into a fun and easy-to-understand story. So far, Descoteaux has released 5 books: Hot Potato, Noah and the Piratouks, The Magic Banana Trees, The Little Red Hen, and Operation Elephants.

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ATLAS NETWORK LAUNCHES CENTER FOR U.S. AND CANADA

October 15, 2019

[ARLINGTON, VA – October 15, 2019] Atlas Network is delighted to announce the Center for U.S. and Canada, a new opportunity to focus on the role that free markets, property rights, and the rule of law have in creating the conditions for people to thrive in the region.

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