George Nash

President, Philadelphia Society

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Historian of the conservative movement whose books include The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America since 1945, and several about Herbert Hoover; President of the Philadelphia Society, a conservative intellectual society founded in 1964, of which William Buckley was a founder member

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Since World War II, Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan have been America's predominant conservative politicians, but  William F. Buckley  was the intellectual who founded the movement.

Leading Conservative Intellectual, William F. Buckley, Dies Today

Since World War II, Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan have been America's predominant conservative politicians, but William F. Buckley was the intellectual who founded the movement.

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