David Azerrad devotes his time and research to increasing public understanding of America’s founding principles. As director of the B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles and Politics and AWC Family Foundation fellow at The Heritage Foundation, he teaches policymakers, politicians and the public about the American political tradition, connecting its tenets to the thorny questions of the day.His writings have appeared in Real Clear Politics, The Washington Times, National Review Online and The (London) Times, among others.
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