By Andrew Travers

The Aspen Institute had lost its way, the late Sidney Harman told his fellow trustees in a board meeting little more than a decade ago. He said that the think tank that was founded in 1949 with a conference on Goethe had forgotten how vital the arts are to its roots and its mission.Harman proposed integrating the arts back into the Institute’s policy work, beginning with an …read more

Via:: Aspen Times



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