New Books by TFAS Scholars and Alumni

The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) scholars and alumni have devoted themselves to speaking up about the ideas we hold in high regard – liberty, limited government, free markets, and honorable leadership. Now they have taken their work to the next level by publishing books that explore these themes.

Teaching Freedom Since 1967

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The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) is a 501(c)3 educational nonprofit that is changing the world by developing leaders for a free society. Our transformational programs teach the principles of limited government, free-market economics and honorable leadership to students and young professionals in America and around the world.

 

By offering a portfolio of more than 20 different academic programs, fellowships and seminars, the TFAS Journey helps cultivate future leaders from high school, all the way through to their university studies and professional careers.

Today, there are more than 42,000 TFAS alumni making the difference in their communities and throughout the world by championing the values essential to the preservation and success of a free society.

Free Teaching Freedom Resources

With free eBooks, webinars, and soon-to-come online courses, The Fund for American Studies is giving you the knowledge you need, all in one place.

Experience this new online library which will equip you with information to help you become an even more courageous champion of liberty and free enterprise, just as our students do through our programs.

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The Latest at TFAS

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Liberty + Leadership News: March 4, 2021

Read an exclusive Q&A with TFAS President Roger Ream + hear updates from the Spring Capital Semester program.

Sharing Wisdom: TFAS Alumni Provide Tips on Job Search with Spring Capital Semester Students

Each year, hundreds of young leaders come to The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) seeking an unforgettable experience in the nation’s capital. They leave not only with a renewed understanding of liberty and leadership, but also a wealth of knowledge on networking…

Alumni Staff Spotlight: Roger Ream

Roger Ream ’76, President TFAS alumni know firsthand the impact of our programs. Among the thousands of alumni leaders who enter the workforce to defend liberty and leadership in their daily lives, several return to the organization that first gave them…
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TFAS Events

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Uprooted – Interview and Discussion with Author and Alumna Grace Olmstead

What do we owe the places we leave behind? Grace Olmstead, Novak ’15, a journalist in Washington, D.C., left her small farm town of Emmett, Idaho, to pursue prosperity and progress. In her newly released book “Uprooted,” she examines the heartbreaking…

Partners in Revolution: The French-American Alliance

Come with us as we explore the successes – and excesses – of the democratic experiment in France and the critical alliance between a nascent American republic and its French counterpart throwing off a monarchical past.

28th Annual TFAS Journalism Awards Dinner

Join us on Nov. 3 as we showcase the projects of our 2021 Novak Fellowship winners, welcome our 2021 Rago Fellow, hear from prominent journalists including Paul Gigot, vice president of the Wall Street Journal.