Books by Martin Anderson

Released: June 1, 2009

"Important research impressively assembled."
A husband-and-wife writing team present persuasive evidence of Ronald Reagan's decisive role in ending the Cold War. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 14, 1992

"There may be bones to pick here, but few will be unimpressed by a veteran insider's faithful-oppositionist view of the intellectual shambles our universities seem to have become."
After 35 years in academia, Anderson (Senior Fellow/Hoover Institution) gives a cri de coeur about what's gone so dreadfully wrong with the American university: Academic intellectuals, he says, have ``betrayed their profession'' and, within the halls of academe, ``integrity is dead.'' Strong charges, but Anderson does nothing if not back them up with facts, figures, and plenty of common-sense observation. Read full book review >