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In the more than six decades since its founding, the Aspen Institute has grown and evolved in many directions — but it has always held fast to its reputation as the place where policymakers, writers, artists, executives, and members of the public can come together to explore the values underpinning society. That reputation, though, is incomplete. From the beginning, the Institute has been driven by a desire to both convene and have real-world impact.

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    h1 – The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.

    h2 – The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.

    h3 – The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.

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    Custom formats:

    We can add custom style formats to the formats menu above. This allows us to pick a selector or block element and add classes or wrapping elements to text. Below is a example of the “highlight” format which wraps the selection with a span and a .make-it-fancy class. You can see the class if you look in the rendered page or the “text” tab above.

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    Link examples:

    TODO: We need a set of classes that add icons to links. need the download arrow and right arrow icons.

    External Link : Uses the “External Link” format and adds a .icon-rightarrow as a class.

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    Download Link: Has the svg icon added as a element. Created when adding a file as a media element (add media button above).

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    Link to the impact page

     

    TODO: Need a class selector for adding a small line break to a section as seen in the transparency downloads section. Currently these are created with a :after selector on .single-page__list–border > li:after.

    Some text with a small line break

    Below is a inline horizontal rule. This can be used to break the page into sections.


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    • The Aspen Institute is transparent about our funding. We disclose all donations and identify each corporate, foundation and government donor in our annual reports, on our website, and to anyone who asks.
    • The Aspen Institute retains editorial control of all of our publications and events. We have the final say over what gets published, what topics are covered, and who speaks at any of our convenings..
    • The Aspen Institute is a nonpartisan educational organization, which operates independently of the positions and views of our funders. We do not engage in any activity that would require registration under the Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995, and do not engage staff or contractors as “lobbyists” as defined by the Act. With respect to foreign funding, the Institute will not seek to influence any agency or official of the US government or the US public regarding US policy or the policies or relations of a foreign country. Similarly, the Institute will not act, directly or indirectly, as an agent, representative, or in any other capacity at the order, request, or under the direction or control of any government or political entity.

     

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    1. The Aspen Institute is transparent about our funding. We disclose all donations and identify each corporate, foundation and government donor in our annual reports, on our website, and to anyone who asks.
    2. The Aspen Institute retains editorial control of all of our publications and events. We have the final say over what gets published, what topics are covered, and who speaks at any of our convenings..
    3. The Aspen Institute is a nonpartisan educational organization, which operates independently of the positions and views of our funders. We do not engage in any activity that would require registration under the Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995, and do not engage staff or contractors as “lobbyists” as defined by the Act. With respect to foreign funding, the Institute will not seek to influence any agency or official of the US government or the US public regarding US policy or the policies or relations of a foreign country. Similarly, the Institute will not act, directly or indirectly, as an agent, representative, or in any other capacity at the order, request, or under the direction or control of any government or political entity.

     

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