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Philadelphia Society

ORGANIZATION

Founded 1964, "dedicated to the goal of deepening the intellectual foundations of a free and ordered society and to broadening the general understanding of its basic principles among the public at large."

Official Website:
http://www.phillysoc.org/

Location:
Baton Rouge, LA

Founding Date:
1964

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Morton C. Blackwell
Activist
16-Nov-1939   Influential conservative activist
Danny J. Boggs
Judge
23-Oct-1944   6th Circuit Court of Appeals
William F. Buckley
Columnist
24-Nov-1925 27-Feb-2008 National Review
Phil Crane
Politician
3-Nov-1930   Congressman from Illinois, 1969-2005
T. Kenneth Cribb
Activist
7-Aug-1948   Conservative activist
Midge Decter
Journalist
25-Jul-1927   Neoconservative maven
M. Stanton Evans
Activist
20-Jul-1934   Conservative activist
Edwin Feulner
Activist
12-Aug-1941   Heritage Foundation founder
Milton Friedman
Economist
31-Jul-1912 16-Nov-2006 1976 Nobel Prize for Economics
C. Lowell Harriss
Economist
2-Aug-1912 14-Dec-2009 Columbia University Economist
Steven Hayward
Scholar
c. 1958   Conservative environmentalism pundit
Russell Kirk
Author
19-Oct-1918 29-Apr-1994 The Conservative Mind
Leonard P. Liggio
Scholar
5-Jul-1933   Libertarian
Steve A. Matthews
Attorney
c. 1956   Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd
Ed Meese
Government
2-Dec-1931   Attorney General under Reagan, 1985-88
Gary North
Religion
1942   Reconstructionist Y2K Doomsayer
Sally C. Pipes
Activist
?   Pacific Research Institute
Henry Regnery
Publisher
5-Jan-1912 18-Jun-1996 Regnery Publishing
Frank Shakespeare
Diplomat
9-Apr-1925   US Ambassador to the Vatican, 1986-89
Ernest van den Haag
Scholar
15-Sep-1914 21-Mar-2002 Punishing Criminals
John Von Kannon
Activist
c. 1950   Heritage Foundation


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