Public (pub lik) Pertaining to or affecting the people as a whole, opp to personal or private
Search (serch) To go over and examine for what may be found or to find something; to explore, to probe
CHARTERED TO PROVIDE
"Independent research and analysis on the most vital issues of public policy."
Public Search believes in the need for an informed polity. Members share the commitment to provide independent analysis based on meticulous research; to investigate all sides of an issue, and then to publish these conclusions for examination by the pu
First formed as an intellectual collective in 1986, Public Search has grown to more than 100 members, who represent a broad array of expertise and interests.
Opinion pieces by Public Search members are regularly published in various newspapers throughout North America. Articles often appear in national magazines, while the group maintains a publishing subsidiary for in-depth reports.
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