Young Americans for Freedom

The Young Americans for Freedom was founded in 1960 and still exists today. Ideologically the group follows the Sharon Statement developed at the home of William F. Buckley in Sharon Connecticut, which emphasizes the importance of free will, the free market, national defense and the importance of the Constitution and the U.S. Government in upholding those principals.

The group was most prominent in the 1960s and past members are a who’s who in the conservative movement including:

There are ~400 items from The Young Americans for Freedom and its main publication The New Guard in the Hall Hoag Collection Part II.

Young Americans For Freedom Pamphlet Cover (1964)

Young Americans For Freedom Pamphlet Cover (1964)

Young Americans For Freedom Pamphlet Inside (1964)

Young Americans For Freedom Pamphlet Inside (1964)