Arthur with his portrait in the 'Seldon Room' at the Institute of
Arthur with Lord Ralph Harris and Friedrich Hayek (Nobel Laureate in Economics) outside the IEA
(Photo taken by John Raybould and subsequently used on the jacket of "Thinking the Unthinkable")
---------The Italy Star----------------The War Medal-----------
The Africa Star-----------The 1939-1945 Star-----
Arthur with his army colleagues in 1942 and his WWII Service Medals
Philip Booth, Colin Robinson, Arthur and Cento Veljanovski at the
IEA's 50th anniversary dinner in 2005 (the only time the four editorial
directors ever met)
Taken at the House of Lords for the relaunch of Economic Affairs.
Proudly outside Buckingham Palace with Marjorie having just received
his CBE from the Queen.
Arthur with Lee Kuan Yew. This is a photo sent to Arthur from Lee
Kuan Yew himself - the then Prime Minister of Singapore.
Lee Kuan Yew: Born in Singapore but educated in England,
Lee Kuan Yew led Singapore to independence and served as its first
prime minister. He was regularly re-elected from 1959 until he stepped
down in 1990. Under his guidance, Singapore became a financial and
industrial powerhouse, despite a lack of abundant natural resources.
Lee ruled with ultimate authority, and his zeal for law and order
Harold Rose, Arthur, Ralph Harris, Friedrich Hayek, John Wood and
Arthur with Margaret Thatcher at the Libertarian Alliance in 1984.
The Mont Pelerin Society. Early 1980s.
Third Row: Ed Feulner, Allen Wallis, Carl-Johan Westholm,
Rose Friedman, Peter Beanholz, Charles King Arthur Seldon, Leon
Second Row: Max Hartwell, Henry Maivne, Gary Becker, Richard
Ware, Arvid Fredburg, Ralph Harris
Front Row: Antonio Martino, Herbet Giersch, Manuel Ayau,
James Buchanan, Milton Friedman, Chiaki Nishiyama
Martin Anderson, Robert Milller. Arthur and Russell Lewis at the MPS in Vancouver, 1992.
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