The Future of ISI as a Pillar of Conservatism

by Thomas A. Shakely

Christopher Long speaks with Andy Nash in the latest episode on Mr. Long took over as president of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute last month, relieving T. Kenneth Cribb, who had served for more than two decades and stewarded the think tank (first headed in 1953 by William F. Buckley, Jr.) as an academic-intellectual pillar of modern conservatism.

Long and Nash engage in a focused history-driven but future-oriented conversation on the past, present, and future of ISI and the strengths and weaknesses of modern conservatism.

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