Josiah Bunting
  General Bunting is Chairman of ISI's National Civic Literacy Board and Superintendent Emeritus, Virginia Military Institute. He previously served as President of Hampden-Sydney College and Headmaster of Lawrenceville School. An accomplished author, Bunting's first novel, The Lionheads, was selected one of the Ten Best Novels of 1973 by Time Magazine. In addition to three other novels and various edited editions, he has also written a volume on higher education, An Education for Our Time, which outlines the elements of a proper civic education. A Rhodes Scholar and decorated Vietnam veteran, General Bunting is often characterized as a "scholar warrior."

Online Lectures
Are the Nation's Colleges Failing America?
College Teacher or Faculty Member?
Government and History
Leadership and the Liberal Arts
Press Conference: Our Fading Heritage: Americans Fail a Basic Test on Their History and Institutions
Should a Free Society Draft its Citizens?
The Coming Crisis in Leadership
The Training of Great American Leaders
Tocqueville, Newman, and 21st Century America