SCOB podcast Double Dome drops newest episode about the impact and legacy of M. Stanton Evans

The newest episode of The Double Dome centers on the life, impact and legacy of M. Stanton Evans.

The newest episode of The Double Dome centers on the life, impact and legacy of M. Stanton Evans.

The latest episode of “Double Dome” has been released featuring a discussion about the impact Stan Evans had on the nation with guest Dr. Steven Hayward, political commentator, policy scholar and author of “M. Stanton Evans: Conservative Wit, Apostle of Freedom.

Stan Evans speaks to students at TROY University. (TROY photo)
Stan Evans speaks to students at TROY University. (TROY photo)

“Double Dome” is a monthly podcast hosted by Sorrell College of Business Dean Dr. Judson Edwards. Produced in association with TROY Public Radio, it’s available on Podbean or wherever podcasts are available.

Evans held TROY’s Buchanan Chair of Journalism from 1980 until his death in 2015. He was a nationally syndicated columnist, commentator, author of eight books and former editor of The Indianapolis News.

Evans was responsible for drafting the Sharon Statement in 1960 at Great Elm, the family home of William F. Buckley, founding the Young Americans for Freedom. From 1971-1977, he was chairman of the American Conservative Union and led the National Journalism Center in Washington, D.C. from 1977 until 2002. He founded the Education and Research Institute and was president of the Philadelphia Society, a member of the Council for National Policy, and an advisor to the National Tax Limitation Committee. He edited the News from 1960 until 1974.

“Stan Evans was a close friend and without question a stalwart member of the American conservative movement,” Edwards said. “I am so happy Steven Hayward was able to capture his significant impact on the lives of so many.”

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