William F. Buckley's The Reagan I Knew
National Review editors Richard Brookhiser and Richard Lowry and Media Research Center founder Brent Bozell participated in a panel… read more
National Review editors Richard Brookhiser and Richard Lowry and Media Research Center founder Brent Bozell participated in a panel discussion on the publication of William F. Buckley’s final book, The Reagan I Knew (Basic Books; October 13, 2008). They presented their thoughts on the book, William F. Buckley, and Ronald Reagan. Mr. Buckley’s posthumous book details his relationship with former President Ronald Reagan and contains a collection of correspondences between the two men. The panelists responded to questions from the audience following their remarks.
William F. Buckley was the founder of National Review and wrote a nationally syndicated newspaper column. He was the author of over fifty books, including God and Man at Yale, Up from Liberalism, On the Firing Line, Happy Days Were Here Again, and Nearer My God. William F. Buckley died February 27, 2008. close
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