What They're Saying...
"The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America, since 1945 remains since its publication in 1976 the most comprehensive treatment."
"Thorough and scholarly, The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America, since 1945 is a masterpiece of orchestration, skillfully handling a huge literature, drawing on historical events and the conservative thinkers’ personalities…"
— The Social Critic
"Nash's seminal book will remind today’s hotheads that the modern conservative movement was made possible by a coalition of traditionalists and libertarians with enough common goals to get along splendidly. Is the corrupt liberal state not enough to keep this unity intact?"
— The American Spectator
"As always, [Nash's] treatment is evenly balanced and scrupulously fair. Conservatives of all persuasions can be grateful to have George Nash as their historian."
— First Things
"For anyone trying to understand modern conservatism, Nash provides the definitive chronicle of its development."
— Raleigh Metro Magazine
"Today, it is the single best source of information on the intellectuals who built modern American conservatism."
— Amazon.com, Expert Editor’s Recommended Book