"IPN's Bastiat Prize for Journalism was inspired by the 19th-century French philosopher and journalist Frédéric Bastiat.
The prize was developed to encourage and reward writers whose published works promote the institutions of a free society: limited government, rule of law brokered by an independent judiciary, protection of private property, free markets, free speech, and sound science.This year, the Bastiat Prize has been expanded and includes a new prize for online journalism (including blogs and self-published articles).
Bastiat Prize for Online Journalism
(One winner only, $3,000)
Sign up to receive a periodic email reminder about the competition between now and June 30, 2009, the final day that submissions will be received."
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