The Radio Right: How a Band of Broadcasters Took on the Federal Government and Built the Modern Conservative Movement (New York: Oxford University Press, June 2020)

Visions of Liberty, co-editor with Aaron Ross Powell (Washington, DC: Cato Institute, April 2020)

Peer Reviewed Articles and Chapters

“From Hot News to Link Tax: The Dangers of a Quasi-Property Right in Information,” Media and Society After Technological Disruption, eds. Justin Hurwitz and Kyle Langvardt (Cambridge University Press, May 2024): 220-241.

“Conservative Talk Radio and Political Persuasion in the US, 1950-1970,” Journal of Comparative Economics (January 2024). (Link)

“’Do Something about Life Line’: The Kennedy Administration’s Campaign to Silence the Radio Right,” Presidential Studies Quarterly 48:4 (January 2018): 1-15 (Feature).

“Radio Politics, Origin Myths, and the Creation of New Evangelicalism,” Fides et Historia 48:1 (Winter/Spring 2016): 61-90.

“The National Council of Churches versus Right-Wing Radio: How the Mainline Muted the New Christian Right,” The Lively Experiment: Religious Toleration in America, from Roger Williams to the Present, eds. Christopher Beneke and Christopher Grenda (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2015): 267-286. Selected by Choice as one of the “Top 25 Outstanding Academic Titles” for 2015.

Digital Projects

Contributor, ~120 entries for an interactive timeline of American religious history, Association of Religion Data Archives.

Contributor, “Muscular Christianity,” The American Yawp. An online, freely accessible textbook.