The list author says: "When most people think of conservative books, they think of ones written by live or dead white males. I'll include a few of them here, but this is a list with many consative thought contributors who are black and female. And their books got here on their merits, not because of any government quota."
"Thomas Sowell is a national treasure. Here he describes the thinking of the left as both entitled and egoistic - and breeching no discussion of a different political view by what they consider their inferiors."
"A great book and great title. It is a mini-course on self-serving educational fads we all had to put up with in high school - or college (for those that went). Notice I don't assume anyone curious enough to read this list must have attended (or is a teenager who will attaend) college."
"This list won't be complete without mentioning the works of Gertrude Himmelfarb. This historian and political writer brings a depth to a discussion of modern "throwing out the baby with the bathwater" in an attempt to create a value free society that isn't very fulfilling."