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William F. Buckley

1925-

Political Leader

Conservative essayist, political commentator, and writer William F. Buckley has edited the National Review since 1955. Perhaps best known for his award-winning television program, "Firing Line,"Buckley has been analyzing the political scene for decades. Although unsuccessful as a candidate, Buckley did serve as a delegate to the United Nations in 1973.

Bibliography:

Buckley, William F. (Willian Frank); photographs by Christopher Little. WindFall: The End of The Affair. New York : Random House, c1992.

Burner, David and West, Thomas R. Column Right: Conservative Journalists in the Service of Nationalism. New York : New York University Press, c1988.

Judis, John B. William F. Buckley, Jr., Patron Saint of the Conservatives.