Couple of Cato stories

Here are a couple more stories about Cato‘s 25th anniversary. One is a profile of co-founder Ed Crane. He sounds like an interesting character.

What’s especially admirable about him is the way he works in Washington without falling prey to its temptations. Cato does something seemingly impossible for a libertarian think tank: it is both principled and influential.

The other story is a column by Claudia Rossett in the Wall Street Journal toasting Peter Bauer, who was awarded the inaugural Milton Friedman Prize at the Cato 25th anniversary dinner, as well as Cato itself. Very nice.