The Conservative Curmudgeon
Allan C. Brownfeld received his B.A. degree from the College
of William and Mary, his J.D. degree from the Marshall-Wythe School of
Law of the College of William and Mary and his M.A. in Government and
Politics from the University of Maryland. He has served on the faculties
of St. Stephen's Episcopal School, Alexandria, Virginia, and the University
College of the University of Maryland.
The recipient of a Wall Street Journal Foundation Award,
Mr. Brownfeld has written for such newspapers as THE HOUSTON PRESS, THE
RICHMOND TIMES DISPATCH, THE WASHINGTON EVENING STAR and THE CINCINNATI
ENQUIRER. For many years he wrote three columns a week for such newspapers
as THE PHOENIX GAZETTE, THE MANCHESTER UNION LEADER, and THE ORANGE COUNTY
REGISTER. His weekly column appeared for more than a decade in ROLL CALL,
the newspaper of Capitol Hill. His articles have appeared in such journals
as THE YALE REVIEW, THE TEXAS QUARTERLY, THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW, ORBIS
and MODERN AGE.
Mr. Brownfeld served as a member of the
staff of the U.S. Senate Internal Security Subcommittee and was the
author of that committee's 250-page study of the New Left. He has also
served as Assistant to the Research Director of the House Republican
Conference and as a consultant to such members of Congress as Reps.
Phil Crane (R-Il) and Jack Kemp (R-NY) and to the Vice President of
the United States.
He is a former editor of THE NEW GUARD and PRIVATE PRACTICE, the journal of the
Congress of County Medical Societies and has served as a Contributing Editor
AMERICA'S FUTURE and HUMAN EVENTS. He served as Washington correspondent for
the London-based publications, JANE'S ISLAMIC AFFAIRS ANALYST and JANE'S TERRORISM
REPORT. His articles regularly appear in newspapers and magazines in England,
South Africa, Sweden, the Netherlands and other countries.
Mr. Brownfeld has been the recipient of five George Washington Honor Medals from
Freedoms Foundation in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, where he was a regular lecturer
for many years. He has also been a regular lecturer at the U.S. Air Force Special
Operations School in Eglin, Florida, and for the Close-Up program for high school
students in Washington, D.C.
He is the author of five books: "Hung Up On Freedom" (l969), "The
New Left" (l978), "Dossier On Douglas" (l970), co-author with
J.A. Parker of "What The Negro Can Do About Crime" (l974), co-author
with J. Michael Waller of "The Revolution Lobby" (l984).
Mr. Brownfeld served as associate editor of the AIM REPORT, published by Accuracy
in Media, and serves as associate editor of THE LINCOLN REVIEW, published by
the Lincoln Institute for Education and Research. He is also editor of ISSUES,
a quarterly journal and writes a regular column for THE WASHINGTON REPORT ON
MIDDLE EAST AFFAIRS. He is a Contributing editor of THE ST. CROIX REVIEW.
In l980, he served as a member of President Ronald Reagan's transition team at
the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and wrote that group's report of
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