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William F. Buckley, Jr.: A Bibliography

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Since the publication of God and Man at Yale in 1951, William F. Buckley Jr. has been the most visible spokesman for American conservatism. He has also been one of the most prolific. This volume, a complete bibliography of Buckley's written work from 1951 through 2000, is a fitting way to mark Buckley's fiftieth year as a public intellectual. Including previously unpublish ...more
Hardcover, 250 pages
Published November 1st 2001 by Intercollegiate Studies Institute
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This is a well-organized list of Buckley's published works, from the years 1951 through 2000. Very useful and convenient for researchers, although it's been superceded by Hillsdale College's "Buckley Online" archive -- a searchable collection of Buckley's books and articles.
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