Writings and Manuals
You can learn in three different ways:
1. By personal experience.
2. By observation.
3. By studying the experience of others.
You can't experience or observe everything, but you can, by reading, learn from the experiences of your contemporaries, the previous generation, and those who lived ages ago.
After you have accumulated a lot of knowledge about how the world really works, you can become highly effective and achieve many things important to you.
If you're a conservative activist, student, or leader, start here.
A Guide to Reform and Control will be an evergreen book. It will be a classic in the library of conservative public administration and should be in the orientation packet - Joseph A. Morris
Some people bluntly say they don't read. They say they would read if only they had the time. I will also be blunt: You have time to do what you choose to do. The more you read, the better you read -- and the more you enjoy it.
Next to Ronald Reagan, no single person has achieved more to advance the cause of American conservatism than Paul Weyrich.
Why has Sen. Jesse Helms for so long been our country's very favorite conservative senator? Let me count the reasons: