Lynne Cheney giving a public reading from her book America: A Patriotic Primer to the students of Vincenza Elementary School in Vicenza, Italy. (2004)
At the University of Wisconsin at Madison her dissertation was entitled "Matthew Arnold's Possible Perfection: A Study of the Kantian Strain in Arnold's Poetry"
Over the course of her career, Mrs. Cheney has authored or co-authored twelve books. In 1995, she founded American Council of Trustees and Alumni, a think tank devoted to reforming higher education.
Cheney serves as director emerita of the Independent Women's Forum, a right-wing group opposed to "radical feminism," government sponsored childcare, and equal pay for equal work standards for women in government service.
Blue Skies, No Fences: A Memoir of Childhood and Family
Our 50 States: A Family Adventure Across America
A Time for Freedom: What Happened When in America
When Washington Crossed the Delaware : A Wintertime Story for Young Patriots
A is for Abigail : An Almanac of Amazing American Women
America: A Patriotic Primer
The Body Politic: A Novel
Kings of the Hill: How Nine Powerful Men Changed the Course of American History
Telling the Truth
American Memory: A Report on the Humanities in the Nations Public Schools