68 (Trad. Propia)Hartwell Roy, A History of the Mont Pelerin Society, Liberty Funds, Indianapolis, 1995, pg. 36: “There were, indeed, three possible conflicts in these aspirations: security versus progress, equality versus efficiency, and solidarity versus individualism. There were some at the conference, like L. von Mises, who took a libertarian stance on all these issues... others like Röpke, believed that the uncontrolled competitive system could destroy valuable human institutions. Röpke strongly defended agricultural intervention, for example, because he wanted to preserve the small family farm as a valuable way of life. The desire for security that many of the participants recognized led in some cases to interventionist proposals –suggestions for aggregate controls, government-controlled wages, and agricultural support programs, for example. These proposals, however, were made without adequate analytical justification and were vigorously opposed by other participants, who emphasized both their ineffectiveness and their anti-liberal character.” Entre otras cosas, las mencionadas diferencias, parecen haber estado basadas en diferencias en cuanto a los estilos alemán y anglo-sajón en economía. Al respecto puede resultar interesante la siguiente afirmación: “Most of the emigrants to the Anglo-Saxon countries had largely adapted to their ways of thinking (Hagemann 1997); it seems not to be a coincidence that the emigrants who had stayed on the old continent like Röpke in Geneva or Neumark and Rüstow in Turkey worked more in the continuity of pre-war thought (Neumark 1980).” Schefold Bertram, Some Remarks on the Afterglow of the German Historical School, 1945-1960, Fachbereich Wirtschaftswissenschaften, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitaet.
69 Mencionado en Molina Cano Jerónimo, La tercera vía en Wilhelm Röpke, Instituto Empresa y humanismo, Universidad de Navarra, 2001, pg 34
70 “ There where at least fourteen resignations from the Society in 1962, though not all were connected with Hunold’s resignation. Those who probably resigned with Hunold and Röpke are P.G.Beltran, M.Bourgeois, K.Brandt (who later was readmitted), W.L.Clayton, R.Courtin, W.Dürr, A.Rüstow, A.F.Flender, J.Georges Picot, H.Kohn, A.Montgomery, and G.Revey. These hardly constituted the intellectual strength of the Society, but the loss of Röpke and Brandt was serious. Hartwell R.M., A History of the Mont Pelerin Society, Liberty Funds, Indianápolis, 1995, pg.124-125, nota 80.
71 En en el Archivo Röpke del Institut für Wirtschaftpolitik de la Universidad de Colonia tuve la oportunidad de consultar los trabajos no relevados al tiempo de la publicación del In Memoriam, para constatar que en realidad ascienden a más de 1.000.
72 Angaben nach E.Röpke (Hrsg.) Wilhelm Röpke, Briefe 1934-1966, a.a.O., S.11 f.
73 Wort und Wirkung, Martin Hoch Druckerei und Verlagsgesellschaft, 1964, pg.355.