Herbert London

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Dr. Herbert London is president of the Hudson Institute and senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute.[1][2] He graduated Columbia University in 1960, and received a PhD from New York University in 1966.[3] He has been writing books since he edited Education In the Twenty-First Century in 1969.[4] He has also written The Transformational Decade and Decline and Revival in Higher Education.[5]


"It is not bias that is so deplorable. It is the transformation of bias into an orthodoxy that cannot countenance another point of view." [1]

"I believe we still command the resources to salvage the spiritual center of our civilization. But to accomplish this we must have the courage to challenge the seductive tenets of radical secularism and revivify the traditional values that informed and nourished America." [2]


  1. http://www.hudson.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=published_articles_and_op-eds
  2. http://www.londoncenter.org/herbert-i-london/
  3. https://www.manhattan-institute.org/expert/herbert-london
  4. http://www.londoncenter.org/herbert-i-london/
  5. http://www.newsmax.com/Insiders/HerbertLondon/bio-45/

External links

  • Blog at the Newsmax website
  • Stories in the National Review