In 1933, Edward C. Harwood took a courageous stand for individual liberty, free markets, and sound money. In the throes of the Great Depression, President Franklin D. Roosevelt was steering the country into a New Deal that would devalue our nation’s currency and endanger our basic constitutional freedoms. Harwood could not remain silent and call himself a man of honor. In 1933, Harwood established AIER, an institution dedicated to researching and promoting the economic principles that had made America the most prosperous nation in the history of the world.
Today, government suppression continues to destroy our society. In an age dominated by socialism, paternalism, and reckless government spending, members of The 1933 Club carry on the courageous legacy of Edward C. Harwood by taking a stand for pure freedom, economic prosperity, and human flourishing.
Take your place in the inner circle of AIER’s most generous friends and committed partners. Activate your membership in The 1933 Club through your annual giving to AIER in the amount of $1,000 or more.