William F. Buckley- father of American Conservatism

William F. Buckley – book author, political commentator, host of FrontLine, writer for the National Review, intellectual- dies at age 82 on Feb. 27, 2008.

Want to learn about William F. Buckley and his impact on American political life? Here is a small selection of the books the Library owns written by Mr. Buckley:

The committee and its critics; a calm review of the House Committee on Un-American Activities – call number E743.5.B82

Did you ever see a dream walking? American conservative thought in the twentieth century. Edited by William F. Buckley, Jr. – call number E743.B777

Essays on Hayek – call number HB103.H3E77

God and man at Yale; the superstitions of academic freedom. -call number LD6309.B8

The governor listeth; a book of inspired political revelations – call number E846.B849 Gratitude : reflections on what we owe to our country – call number HD4870.U6B83 1990

In search of anti-Semitism – call number DS146.U6B83 1992

McCarthy and his enemies; the record and its meaning – call number E748.M143 B8

Miles gone by : a literary autobiography (book and audio book)- call number PS3552 .U344 Z465 2004

Read the Boston Glob Op-Ed piece – Feb. 27



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