Paul M. Weyrich papers, 1968-2002

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Paul M. Weyrich papers, 1968-2002

Paul M. Weyrich papers, 1968-2002

Paul Weyrich played a major role in the growth of the Conservative movement through his support of committees and foundations, as well as his writings and radio and television appearances.

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Paul Weyrich was born on October 7, 1942 in Racine, Wisconsin. He was involved in politics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and became one of the most influential conservatives in America. He was a lobbyist and advocate for some of the early New Right foundations which preceded the Heritage Foundation, Cato Institute, and others. He was President of the Free Congress Research and Education Foundation, he headed up the Coalition for America, and was the founding President of the Heritage Fo...

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