Dear Loyal Reader and Supporter of FGF Books,

Since our founding in 2004, we have relied solely on your help. As we begin a new year, I hope you will consider a generous donation to the Fitzgerald Griffin Foundation as we continue our mission to keep alive the important works of Sam Francis and Joe Sobran. FGF is the only institution devoted to the legacies of these monumental men of our time.

FGF exists completely on your generosity and those of like-minded souls who discover us. We are continually inspired by the support of loyal devotees to our mission -- and by new fans who are daily coming to our site.

Without your interest, support, donations, and prayers none of our activities would be possible, including our regular postings of articles and columns, our publishing of the works of Joe Sobran, Sam Francis, and other writers, and periodic lectures and other events.

Please consider giving us a tax-deductible donation to help us carry out the many projects we have planned for this coming year.

For our Sobran Legacy Project, we hope to soon reprint the wonderful collection of his writings, Joseph Sobran: The National Review Years: Articles from 1974-1991.

This amazing collection spanning 17 years of his writings for National Review magazine, covers a broad spectrum of Joe's thinking on everything from books, music, liberalism, tyranny, so-called "gay" rights, the Constitution, Shakespeare, and even baseball.

We will continue to make available Sobran's Subtracting Christianity: Essays on American Culture and Society; and Hustler: The Clinton Legacy.

Subtracting Christianity Hustler: The Clinton Legacy

We hope to work out copyrights and other details to be able reprint some of his other works including some of his columns from the Wanderer newspaper, Single Issues: Essays on the Crucial Social Questions and Alias Shakespeare: Solving the Greatest Literary Mystery of All Time.

Single Issues Alias Shakespeare

In addition, there are many unpublished articles from Sobran's: The Real News of the Month newsletter, and various lectures and speeches of both Joe Sobran and Sam Francis which we want to make available.

If funding permits, we wish to reprint the FGF Books' 382-page collection of Sam Francis's work, Shots Fired: Sam Francis on America's Culture War (currently out-of-stock). We also hope to be able to publish a second edition of Sam's magnificent tome, Leviathan & Its Enemies.

Leviathan & Its Enemies

Shortly I will be updating you with more details on these and other projects to keep alive the writings and thinking of these great men of our time.

With warm wishes for a health and prosperous new year, I remain,



Sincerely yours,
Fran Griffin
President
Fitzgerald Griffin Foundation

The Fitzgerald Griffin Foundation exists completely on donations from our supporters.


17 Years of articles from National Review magazine

We hope to soon reprint the wonderful collection of his writings, Joseph Sobran: The National Review Years: Articles from 1974-1991.


Sam Francis's book, Shots Fired

With your help, we hope to reprint this excellent collection by Sam, who inspired the rise of Donald Trump.


Make Your Donation Today!

Donations of any amount are welcome and very much appreciated!



By mail to:
Fitzgerald Griffin Foundation
344 Maple Avenue West, #281
Vienna, VA 22180

Toll Free: 1.877.726.0058


"The 20th century produced many great conservative writers, but none brought together wit, erudition, and humanity on a single page so well as Joseph Sobran." — The American Conservative


Sam Francis was an influential writer who inspired the rise of Donald Trump and populism in America. Leftists referred to him as "the philosopher king of the radical right."


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Fitzgerald Griffin Foundation
344 Maple Avenue West, #281
Vienna, VA 22180

Toll Free: 1.877.726.0058

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