American Culture and the Presidency
George W. Bush’s Evangelical Conservatism:
Or, How the Republicans Became Red
February 23, 2005
President Bush’s remarkable Second Inaugural Address seems to mark a point of departure for American conservatism’s next generation. But how great a departure? What are its chief intellectual and cultural sources? And what are its likely consequences? EPPC Senior Fellow Wilfred M. McClay addressed these questions in a lecture.
AUDIO RECORDING OF THIS EVENT
TEXT OF PROFESSOR McCLAY’S REMARKS
The prepared text of Professor McClay’s remarks is available by clicking the transcript link here.
THE LECTURE SERIES
This event was the final lecture in our “American Culture and Democracy” lecture series that began in Fall 2004. Click here to see the complete list of lectures in this series.
Wilfred M. McClay is a Senior Fellow at EPPC. He is the G.T. and Libby Blankenship Chair in the History Liberty at University of Oklahoma, where he is also Professor of History. He was appointed in 2002 to the National Council on the Humanities, the advisory board for the National Endowment for the Humanities. He is also a Senior Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C.