IEA letter features in The Spectator's tribute to Prince Philip
The Spectator listed the letter in an article after his death was announced:
“Fashion is not restricted to clothes and when ideas become fashionable they are just as resistant to objective criticism as the length of skirts. That is why all economic ideas need to be freely discussed and judged against the facts of real life” to the IEA in 1983.
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