F.H. Buckley

F.H. Buckley


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in Saskatoon, Canada
August 04, 1948

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Francis H. Buckley: Son of F.J. & H.B. Buckley; M. Esther Goldberg; child Sarah.
BA, McGill University 1969
LLB, McGill University 1974
LLM, Harvard University 1975
Exec Dir/Assoc Dean of Geo Mason Law & Economics Center & Foundation Law Prof who's taught there since '89 & was Visiting Olin Fellow at the U of Chicago Law School in '88/9. Shimer College trustee. Twice visiting professor at the Sorbonne/ Paris II, in fall '07 he was visiting professor at the Institut d'études politiques de Paris. He writes on law & economics & has published in journals, including the Journal of Legal Studies, the International Review of Law, Crisis & Economics & Public Choice. He's defended free markets before the American Enterpr
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The Once and Future King: T...

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The Morality of Laughter

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The American Illness: Essay...

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The Fall and Rise of Freedo...

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“It’s time to ask why [the United States] is the only country in the world where we permit our children to be saddled with tens — sometimes hundreds — of thousands of dollars of debt before they begin to earn a penny.”
F.H. Buckley

“Anton Chekhov said that, when the audience sees a loaded pistol on the wall in act 1, it must go off by act 3.”
F.H. Buckley, The Once and Future King: The Rise of Crown Government in America



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