Madison Center for Educational Affairs

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The Madison Center for Educational Affairs is a non-profit public policy organization that is the result of a 1990 merger between the Institute For Educational Affairs and the Madison Center.

The Institute For Education Affairs was founded in 1978 by William E. Simon and Irving Kristol.[1] Philanthropy Roundtable was originally a project coordinated by the Institute For Education Affairs.[2] William Bennett, Allan Bloom, and Harvey Mansfield founded the Madison Center in 1988.[3]

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  1. ^ Kabala, Bolek. "The Alternatives." National Review. 23 January 2003. [1]
  2. ^ "History." Philanthropy Roundtable. 2006. [2]
  3. ^ "Buying a Movement." People For the American Way. [3]