William Regnery II

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William Henry Regnery II (b. 25 February 1941 in Illinois, US; d. 2 July 2021 in Boca Grande, Florida, US) was an American White nationalist political activist and donor.


His paternal grandfather, William H. Regnery, was a textile magnate, banker, and philanthropist in Chicago. His uncle was the conservative publisher Henry Regnery. Regnery enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania, where he studied political science. While in college, Regnery was an active member of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute. He also worked on Barry Goldwater's 1964 presidential campaign. William H. Regnery II was the founder of the National Policy Institute, a patriotic think tank that has been credited with expanding the alt-right, and the Charles Martel Society.

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