About Alfred Regnery

Alfred S. Regnery is the former president and publisher of Regnery Publishing, Inc., which produced twenty-two New York Times Bestsellers during his tenure. Mr. Regnery serves on many corporate and non-profit boards and is the Chairman of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute. He is the author of Upstream: The Ascendance of American Conservatism.

An Amateur’s Week With Beethoven’s “Harp” Quartet

By |2019-12-12T14:12:11-06:00August 9th, 2017|Categories: Audio/Video, Europe, History, J.S. Bach, Ludwig van Beethoven, Music, Poland, World War II|

What a treat is it for a group of amateur string players, busy in their everyday lives, to spend a week in a far-off place and inundate themselves in practice and education concerning a single piece of music and its composer—the sort of exercise usually reserved for professionals. […]

The Pillars of Modern American Conservatism

By |2019-09-05T13:36:12-05:00June 29th, 2014|Categories: Conservatism, Russell Kirk|Tags: |

Over the past half century, conservatism has become the dominant political philosophy in the United States. Newspaper and television political news stories more often than not will mention the word conservative. Almost every Republican running for office—whether for school board or U.S. senator—will try to establish his place on the political spectrum based on how [...]

The Opening of the Conservative Mind

By |2013-11-21T20:10:27-06:00October 21st, 2013|Categories: Books, The Conservative Mind|

When Russell Kirk’s Conservative Mind was published in 1953, conservatism was not yet a political or philosophical movement, and in fact the word conservatism was barely in the American lexicon. If not a movement, a few conservatives were beginning to be recognized as a growing political and intellectual force, largely because of their criticism of [...]

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