Just one more post and then I quit. I went to the Polanyi Archives in Montreal, and found most of those "Weekend Notes"--roughly half of 30+. I guess the other half is in Columbia's collection.
Go to http://www.concordia.ca/research/polanyi/archive.html, type in Rotstein in the author search area, and they'll pop up.
Anne will be please to note that stuff by Terry is contained therein as well. At a more general level, you'll be surprised to discover how many "big names" thought highly of the fellow. Not the usual suspects, but those of a more conventional nature. It's worthwhile poking around the entire archive.
Carry on as best you can.
John: Thank you very much for posting this. I also second your recommendation of Gareth Dale's book on Polanyi. It is indeed excellent.
Not at the same level of scholarship but of some interest perhaps, I will note that I recently published "Trump Through a Polanyi :ens: Considering Community Well-being," in REAL WORLD ECONOMICS REVIEW (March, 2017): 28-35. I would be interested in any comments from those of you interested in making use of Polanyi's ideas about economies.
Given the recent posts surrounding Polanyi, some might be interested in this Youtube presentation of Abraham Rotstein speaking of his visits with Polanyi that resulted in his "Weekend Notes" I've only found one of these conversations on line, and I suspect that for the others, one will have to travel to either Montreal or NY (Columbia U). In any case, I stumbled on all this when rereading portions of Gareth Dale's, Karl Polanyi. (I believe John Watkins mentioned this in the recent discussion--it's an excellent account, by the way, by a sympathetic but critical commentator. Further, it's exceptionally well-written and displays an almost encyclopedic grasp of the literature.) So, here's the link to the video. I'll send another email in a bit with Rotstein's "Weekend Notes XVII." Attaching it to the video makes it too large for transmission.