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Searle Freedom Trust request for proposals

Now this is the sort of thing likely to be of interest to some of our readers: the philanthropic Searle Freedom Trust concentrates on U.S. domestic policy and "aims to foster research and encourage public policies that promote individual freedom and economic liberty". It

seeks to pursue its mission through new media and invites interested parties to submit applications for grants of up to $250,000. All ideas are welcome and will receive consideration. ...

Proposals that may hold particular interest include fellowships for bloggers who focus on government spending, tort reform, or problems in higher education; projects that encourage emerging filmmakers and video producers and help them develop their talent; and podcasting.

Proposals must be submitted by October 1 and are being handled by John J. Miller, for whose bona fides we can vouch.



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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