Herb Cornuelle

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Herb Cornuelle ( -1996) was a businessman and activist in Hawai`i who was involved in the development of free market thinktanks during the mid twentieth century.

With F. A. Harper, Cornuelle helped found the Foundation for Economic Education in New York in 1946, and later became head of the William Volker Fund (where he hired Murray Rothbard as an academic consultant).

He was board chairman for prominent businesses, including the Campbell Estate, Dillingham Corporation, and Dole Pineapple Company. He also served as chairman of the Board of Regents at the University of Hawai`i from March 1961 to June 1963, chairman of the East-West Center Board of Governors, and more finally on the Cono Sur Board of Directors

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