M. Stanton Evans is the director of the National Journalism Center. He has been a major figure in the conservative intellectual movement virtually since its inception. After graduating from Yale Stan became an assistant editor under Frank Chodorov at the Freeman in the 1955. It was at this time that he shared an apartment with Vic Milione and Don Lipsett, Stan and Don irritating Vic with their rock music and passion for football—and no doubt irritating him in other ways as well. After stints at National Review and Human Events, Stan would go on to become the editor of the Indianapolis News—at age 26, he was the youngest editor of a metropolitan daily in the nation. In 1960 he would help found the Young Americans for Freedom, and in 1977 he founded the National Journalism Center. The author also of many books, including 1994's The Theme is Freedom, Stan has played a central role in the spread of conservative ideas and the building of conservative institutions, including ISI, with which he has been associated from the beginning. And of course, he is the conservative movement's funniest man (one example: "It was really hard for us young conservatives to recover from the Goldwater defeat; it was all the worse because in those days we had no grief counselors.") ISI has been greatly blessed by its association with Stan.

ISI Books
Contributor to Steps Toward Restoration
Contributor to Freedom and Virtue
Foreword to Principles and Heresies

Online Lectures
Conservatism and the Reagan Administration
Interviewing Conservative History
Is Collectivism Inevitable?
Is Collectivism Inevitable? -- Panel Discussion
Is Collectivism Inevitable? -- Q&A
Political Terms
Reflections on a Life in the Movement
Revolt on the Campus Part 1
Revolt on the Campus Part 2 -- Q&A
Student Body Speech
The Fifth Annual Dinner for Western Civilization
The Fifth Annual Dinner for Western Civilization: Remarks
The New Left and the New Right
The Religious Roots of the American Revolution

ISI Journals
In Sight of a New History of the Cold War
—Spring 2001, MA
Toward A New Intellectual History
—Fall 1981, MA
Varieties of Conservative Experience
—Spring 1971, MA
The Radical Fatigue
Irving Howe (ed.), The Radical Papers
Milton R. Konvitz, Expanding Liberties: Freedom's Gains in Postwar America
Phillip Abbott Luce, The New Lift

—Winter 1966-67, MA
The Horizontal Medici
Harold faber (ed.), The Kennedy Years

—Summer 1965, MA
The New Totalitarians
—Spring 1969, IR
A Conservative Case for Freedom
—Fall 1960, MA
The Muggeridge Papers
—November-December 1967, IR
A Conservative Retrospect
—September-October 1966, IR
The States and the Constitution
—November-December 1965, IR