About Henry Regnery

Henry Regnery (1912-1996) was the founder, in 1947, of the Henry Regnery Company (currently Regnery Publishing, Inc.), which went on to gain high and enduring distinction in the world of American publishing. Mr. Regnery is the author of Memoirs of a Dissident Publisher (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1979) and Creative Chicago: From The Chap-Book to the University (Chicago Historical Bookworks, 1993).

Winston Churchill’s Road to Victory

By |2021-01-24T10:01:13-06:00October 18th, 2017|Categories: Leadership, Modernity, Morality, War, Winston Churchill|Tags: |

Winston Churchill, who is the subject of Martin Gilbert’s book, comes out of it all a towering public figure—an inspiring wartime leader who never lost his confidence in the darkest hours of the war, a man of enormous vitality and energy, unsparing of himself, but who never lost an opportunity to enjoy what life had [...]

Apology for a New Review

By |2018-10-16T20:24:36-05:00April 29th, 2015|Categories: Conservatism, RAK, Russell Kirk|Tags: |

We propose to publish a bi-monthly magazine, The Conservative Review. More people are literate in America than in any other country; we have several times as many college graduates as we had at the beginning of this century; and yet probably there is less serious reading, per head of population, than in any other great [...]

Russell Kirk and the Making of “The Conservative Mind”

By |2016-04-30T14:58:47-05:00May 19th, 2014|Categories: Books, Conservatism, Russell Kirk, The Conservative Mind|Tags: |

The critic of his time must accept the risk of being accused of negativism, but he can console himself with the knowledge that serious criticism has its source in a definite position with its own standards, values and objectives. By the 1950’s, with the work of such men as Albert J. Nock, T. S. Eliot, [...]

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