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Conservatism

Introduction to the Collection

Conservative politics, institutions, and thought form a major collecting area, intersecting with materials concerning anticommunism, free market economic policies, and government. Collections concerning the Libertarian Party and its leaders, student organizations, radical groups, and women of the political right are present, alongside sound recordings of Ronald Reagan and broadcasts of William F. Buckley's Firing Line television program.

Featured Collections

FIRING LINE BROADCASTS - Television program hosted by William F. Buckley, 1966–99

LIBERTARIAN PARTY OF CALIFORNIA RECORDS - Election campaign material, 1976–83

COMMITTEE ON THE PRESENT DANGER RECORDS - US private organization promoting a strong national security policy

LAISSEZ FAIRE BOOKS RECORDS - US libertarian book distribution business

RONALD REAGAN RADIO COMMENTARY SOUND RECORDINGS - Broadcast series, 1975–79

ED CLARK PAPERS - US libertarian leader

ROY A. CHILDS PAPERS - US libertarian journalist; editor, Libertarian Review

JOAN KENNEDY TAYLOR PAPERS - National coordinator, Association of Libertarian Feminists, 1989–2005

FREE SOCIETY ASSOCIATION RECORDS - US conservative organization

CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF POPULAR CULTURE RECORDS -US organization for the promotion of conservatism in the media

PETER HANNAFORD PAPERS - US public relations executive

YOUNG AMERICANS FOR FREEDOM RECORDS - US conservative youth organization

CITIZENS FOR REAGAN RECORDS - Political organization, 1975–86

 

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ARCHIVAL COLLECTIONS ON CONSERVATISM     

LIBRARY MATERIALS ON CONSERVATISM