October 23, 2013
The Intercollegiate Studies Institute has named Heritage Foundation scholar Lee Edwards the recipient of the Charles H. Hoeflich Lifetime Achievement Award.
Edwards, who has written or edited more than 20 books, including biographies of Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan, is a leading historian of the conservative movement. He also serves as chairman of the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, which aims to educate the world about the horrors of socialism.
Here’s more about the award:
ISI’s lifetime achievement award is named after Charles H. Hoeflich (1914−2011), longtime president of the Univest Corporation and a founding member of ISI’s Board of Trustees. For nearly sixty years, Mr. Hoeflich served as a moral, financial, and practical guiding light to ISI and its leadership.
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