Hillsdale College Press

Hillsdale College Press is the imprint of Hillsdale College, an independent, nonsectarian institution of higher learning located in south-central Michigan. The College was founded in 1844 by men and women who proclaimed themselves "grateful to God for the inestimable blessings resulting from the prevalence of civil and religious liberty and intelligent piety in the land," and who believed that "the diffusion of sound learning is essential to the perpetuity of these blessings." The Press publishes books related to history, politics, economics, and culture that contribute to the College's old and noble mission of "pursuing truth and defending liberty."

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American Heritage: A Reader By Hillsdale College History Faculty
882 pages | ISBN 978-0-916308-28-5
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American Heritage: A Reader

The Hillsdale College History Faculty painstakingly assembled American Heritage: A Reader in order to provide its own students with a true liberal arts education grounded in the American tradition. This comprehensive collection will provide readers both inside and outside the classroom with a traditional educational experience that enlarges and ennobles the mind.

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Churchill Documents, Volume 19: Fateful Questions, September 1943 to April 1944 By Martin Gilbert
2752 pages | ISBN 978-0-916308-37-7
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Churchill Documents, Volume 19: Fateful Questions, September 1943 to April 1944

Fateful Question, September 1943 to April 1944, is the third document volume to the seventh narrative volume, Winston S. Churchill: Road to Victory, 1941–1945. The document volumes for the remainder of 1944 through 1965 are forthcoming. This volume relates Churchill’s story from the invasion of mainland Italy to the canal preparations […]

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Educating for Liberty: The Best of <em>Imprimis</em>, 1972–2002 By Douglas A. Jeffrey
330 pages | ISBN 978-0-916308-55-1
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Educating for Liberty: The Best of Imprimis, 1972–2002

This volume includes thirty speeches from the first three decades of Imprimis, the national speech digest of Hillsdale College. Authors include Russell Kirk, Ronald Reagan, George Gilder, Malcolm Muggeridge, Michael Novak, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, and Margaret Thatcher, among others.

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Liberty and Learning: The Evolution of American Education By Larry P. Arnn
117 pages | ISBN 978-0-916308-00-1
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Liberty and Learning: The Evolution of American Education

Larry P. Arnn, the President of Hillsdale College, traces the history of education from the founding of the U.S. Office of Education (based on the Prussian system) in 1869 to the Higher Education Act of 1965 and its subsequent reauthorizations, to contemporary legislation.

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One of Freedom’s Finest Hours: Statesmanship and Soldiership in World War II By Larry P. Arnn
159 pages | ISBN 978-0-916308-57-5
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One of Freedom’s Finest Hours: Statesmanship and Soldiership in World War II

World War II is one of those rare events in history whose retelling will forever guide us toward a deeper understanding of freedom and tyranny; honor and infamy; the roles of prudence, folly, and chance in human affairs; and man’s capacity for courage, endurance, and sacrifice.

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The Churchill Documents, Vol. XVII: Testing Times, 1942 By Martin Gilbert
1,736 pages | ISBN 978-0916308-46-9
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The Churchill Documents, Vol. XVII: Testing Times, 1942

Testing Times is volume 17 of the Churchill Documents. It covers 1942, a year when World War II continued to build. As with previous volumes, it collects a remarkably wide range of archives too voluminous to include in Randolph S. Churchill and Sir Martin Gilbert’s multivolume biography of Winston Churchill. […]

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The Churchill Documents, Vol. XVIII: One Continent Redeemed, January –  August 1943 By Larry P. Arnn and Martin Gilbert
2,220 pages | ISBN 9781941946220
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The Churchill Documents, Vol. XVIII: One Continent Redeemed, January – August 1943

Volume 18 of the Churchill Documents, One Continent Redeemed, covers the first eight months of 1943. As with previous volumes, it collects a remarkably wide range of archives too voluminous to include in Randolph S. Churchill and Sir Martin Gilbert’s multivolume biography of Winston Churchill. The documents in One Continent […]

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The Churchill Documents, Volume I: Youth, 1874–1896 By Randolph S. Churchill
678 pages | ISBN 978-0-916308-09-4
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The Churchill Documents, Volume I: Youth, 1874–1896

The young Winston Churchill led a varied and dramatic life in his first twenty-two years. From his childhood disputes with his parents and at school, and his struggles as an officer cadet to master the art of military life, to his first visit to New York and his remarkable impressions of that city, to his dangerous journey through war-torn Cuba as an eyewitness to the Spanish Army’s attempt to crush the Cuban insurgents, he set down his thoughts in letters that are vivid, well-argued, witty, and full of passion. The intensity of his feelings, the breadth of his opinions, and his tenacity of purpose shine through in these early years, as he gathered the will and determination to confront the world.

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The Churchill Documents, Volume II: Young Soldier, 1896–1901 By Randolph S. Churchill
612 pages | ISBN 978-0-916308-10-0
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The Churchill Documents, Volume II: Young Soldier, 1896–1901

The young Winston Churchill led a varied and dramatic life in his first twenty-two years. From his childhood disputes with his parents and at school, and his struggles as an officer cadet to master the art of military life, to his first visit to New York and his remarkable impressions of that city, to his dangerous journey through war-torn Cuba as an eyewitness to the Spanish Army’s attempt to crush the Cuban insurgents, he set down his thoughts in letters that are vivid, well-argued, witty, and full of passion. The intensity of his feelings, the breadth of his opinions, and his tenacity of purpose shine through in these early years, as he gathered the will and determination to confront the world.

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The Churchill Documents, Volume III: Early Years in Politics, 1901–1907 By Randolph S. Churchill
676 pages | ISBN 978-0-916308-13-1
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The Churchill Documents, Volume III: Early Years in Politics, 1901–1907

This volume of The Churchill Documents covers the years 1901 to 1907. The correspondence in this volume shows a young man in a hurry, but with strong convictions and clear abilities, on determined to make his mark on the national stage.

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