Greatest Conservative Writers
Greatest Conservative Writers is a Hall of Fame to recognize what students in school never learn: that the finest writing is often conservative rather than liberal. Here is a growing list, along with a section for debatable candidates:
- George Orwell (d. 1950), who became a conservative in his middle ages and yet liberals continued to promote him
- Pat Buchanan, a speechwriter for Richard Nixon and the author of numerous books
- George Gilder, author of Wealth and Poverty and many additional books on free enterprise.
- Ann Coulter, columnist, book author, and speaker
- Winston Churchill (d. 1965), statesman and writer
- J.R.R. Tolkien (d. 1973), author, poet, and scholar
- C.S. Lewis (d. 1963), author of The Chronicles of Narnia and many other books with Christian allegories.
- Stephen Crane (d. 1900), author and poet.
- Geoffrey Chaucer (d. 1400), author of The Canterbury Tales.
- Mary Shelley (d. 1851), best known for being the author of Frankenstein.
- Bram Stoker (d. 1912), best known for being the author of Dracula.
- Rudyard Kipling (d. 1936), author, journalist, and poet.
- Margaret Mitchell (d. 1949), author, journalist
- Fyodor Dostoyevsky (d. 1881), there aren't that many great conservative Russian authors like this guy.
- Phyllis Schlafly (d. 2016), author of A Choice Not an Echo and many other books against the Establishment