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Professor Arthur Shenfield (1909-1990) was a libertarian lawyer and academic who wrote prolifically on right-wing economic issues.
He opposed child labour laws, rejected compulsory state schooling, and had no time for affirmative action, believing that discrimination on any grounds whatsoever is a fundamental legal right.
He was married to Barbara Shenfield.
- Philadelphia Society, Trustee 1977-79
- Mont Pelerin Society, President (1972-1974)
- Confederation of British Industry, economic director
- International Institute for Economic Research, director
- Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Business and Industry Commission, chairman
- A Shenfield, "A Durable Free Society: Utopian Dream or Realistic Goal". (This web version is a reprint of an article first published in Imprimis (the monthly journal of Hillsdale College), March 1982, Vol. 12, No. 3.)