Henry Regnery
  Mr. Regnery received a B.S. degree in mathematics from M.I.T. and a M.A. in economics from Harvard. Between 1934 and 1936 he studied at the University of Bonn in Germany. He 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).

ISI Books
Author of Perfect Sowing
Author of A Few Reasonable Words

ISI Journals
Russell Kirk: A Life Worth Living
—Summer 1996, MA
Remembering a Great Teacher
—Summer 1995, MA
A Gift to America
George F. Kennan, Around the Crogged Hill: A Personal and Political Philosophy

—Summer 1994, MA
Louis H. Sullivan: Visionary and Architect
—Summer 1991, MA
The University President as Reformer
Harry S. Ashmore, Unseasonable Truths: The Life of Robert Maynard Hutchins

—Fall 1990, MA
I. War and Leadership
—Summer 1989, MA
Richard Weaver: A Southern Agrarian at the University of Chicago
—Spring 1988, MA
—Winter 1988, MA
The Responsibility of the Educated
—Fall 1996, IR
Thirty Years in Retrospect: A Foreword
—Summer/Fall 1987, MA
Adventures of a Bookman
Matthew J. Bruccoli, The Fortunes of Mitchell Kennerley, Bookman

—Spring 1987, MA
A Prophet Without Honor: Francis F. Browne and The Dial
—Summer/Fall 1986, MA
An Account of Two Book Manuscripts, or, What May Turn Up in a Publisher's Mail
—Spring 1985, MA
The Fourth Editorship
—Winter 1984, MA
Chicago and Its Authors
—Summer/Fall 1983, MA
Russell Kirk, 1953
—Summer/Fall 1982, MA
The Problem of Alexander Solzhenitsyn
—Spring 1981, MA
An Aristocracy of Achievement
Leonard Mosley, Dulles: A Biography of Eleanor, Allen, and John Foster Dulles and Their Family Network

—Fall 1978, MA
Emerging Conservatism: Kilpatrick, Morley, and Burnham
—Summer 1978, MA
A Clandestine Alliance
Joseph P. Lash, Roosevelt and Churchill: The Partnership that Saved the West

—Winter 1978, MA
Russell Kirk and the Making of the Conservative Mind
—Fall 1977, MA
The Picture of a Remnant
George H. Nash, The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America Since 1945

—Winter 1977, MA
Historical Revisionism and World War II (Part II)
—Fall 1976, MA
Historical Revisionism and World War II
—Summer 1976, MA
At the Eye of the Storm: A Remembrance of Paul Scheffer
—Winter 1976, MA
Has it been Worthwhile?
—Winter 1976, MA
The Age of Liberalism
—Spring 1975, MA
The Malaise of the German University
—Spring 1974, MA
Immortal Longings
Miguel de Unamuno, The Tragic Sense of Life in Men and Nations

—Winter 1974, MA
Blight in the Olive Grove
Robert Nisbet, The Degredation fo the Academic Dogma: The University in America, 1945-1970

—Summer 1973, MA
A Daughter of the Poet
Mary de Rachewiltz, Discretions

—Fall 1972, MA
Eliot and Our Century
Russell Kirk, Eliot and His Age

—Summer 1972, MA
Eliot, Pound and Lewis: A Creative Friendship
—Spring 1972, MA
Log of a Man in Motion
William F. Buckley, Jr., Cruising Speed

—Winter 1972, MA
A Deceptive Title
Richard L. Johannsen, Rennard Trickland, Ralph T. Eubanks, eds., Language Is Sermonic: Richard M. Weaver on the Nature of Rhetoric

—Fall 1971, MA
Albert J. Nock: An Appreciation
—Winter 1971, MA
A Retreat from Moscow
Freda Utley, Odyssey of a Liveral: Memoirs

—Summer-Fall 1970, MA
A Witness to Himself
William F. Buckley, Jr., Odyssey of a Friend: Whittaker Chambers' Letters to William F. Buckley, Jr. 1954-1961

—Spring 1970, MA
The German Example
Patrick M. Boarman, German's Economic Dilemma: Inflation and the Balance of Payments

—Spring 1965, MA