James Tooley’s “The Beautiful Tree” wins the 2010 Sir Antony Fisher Memorial Award


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James Tooley’s recent book The Beautiful Tree is the best single book on public policy to be published since Charles Murray’s Losing Ground  twenty-five years ago. It richly deserves to win the 2010 Sir Antony Fisher Memorial Award from the Atlas Economic Research Foundation for the best policy book of the past two years. The prize of $10,000 goes to the think tank that published the book – namely Washington DC’s Cato Institute  – but I heard from that think tank’s great leader Ed Crane that Cato will split the prize money with Professor Tooley.




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