If Not Us, Who?: William Rusher, National Review, and the Conservative Movement by David B. Frisk

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If Not Us, Who?: William Rusher, National Review, and the Conservative Movement

“Invaluable reading for any student of the rise of American conservatism.”The American Conservative
 
 
'“Deeply researched and well written . . . Anyone interested in understanding [conservatism’s] rise should read Frisk’s highly informative study.” —The New York Times Book Review “A vivid account . . . Excellent.” —The Wall Street Journal “Finely tuned and richly detailed.” —The Washington Times “Essential reading for people interested in 20th-century American politics.” —Claremont Review of Books “This detailed biography’s greatest virtue is its behind-the-scenes account of the conservative movement.” —The New Criterion “[Frisk] has done a superb job of chronicling the life and times of William A. Rusher.” —National Review “Rusher was the great unsung hero of the conservative movement. This fascinating, meticulously researched biography sheds new light on the rise of conservatism in America.” —Mark Levin, #1 best-selling author, nationally syndicated radio host “An exhaustive but thoroughly engaging examination of Rusher’s monumental life and legacy.” —Jonah Goldberg, best-selling author of Liberal Fascism “Essential reading for anyone interested in the history of conservatism.” —Donald T. Critchlow, professor of American politics at Arizona State University “Frisk has performed an important service to history and the conservative movement in telling Rusher’s story so thoroughly and insightfully.” —Steven F. Hayward, author of The Age of Reagan'
“Invaluable reading for any student of the rise of American conservatism.”The American Conservative
 
 
'“Deeply researched and well written . . . Anyone interested in understanding [conservatism’s] rise should read Frisk’s highly informative study.” —The New York Times Book Review “A vivid account . . . Excellent.” —The Wall Street Journal “Finely tuned and richly detailed.” —The Washington Times “Essential reading for people interested in 20th-century American politics.” —Claremont Review of Books “This detailed biography’s greatest virtue is its behind-the-scenes account of the conservative movement.” —The New Criterion “[Frisk] has done a superb job of chronicling the life and times of William A. Rusher.” —National Review “Rusher was the great unsung hero of the conservative movement. This fascinating, meticulously researched biography sheds new light on the rise of conservatism in America.” —Mark Levin, #1 best-selling author, nationally syndicated radio host “An exhaustive but thoroughly engaging examination of Rusher’s monumental life and legacy.” —Jonah Goldberg, best-selling author of Liberal Fascism “Essential reading for anyone interested in the history of conservatism.” —Donald T. Critchlow, professor of American politics at Arizona State University “Frisk has performed an important service to history and the conservative movement in telling Rusher’s story so thoroughly and insightfully.” —Steven F. Hayward, author of The Age of Reagan'
Publisher: Intercollegiate Studies Institute ISBN: 9781480493001 Pages: 528