Presidential scholar Barbara Perry and Pat Buchanan, a political commentator and Nixon presidential campaign staffer, talked about the 1968 presidential campaign as part of C-SPAN's "1968: America in Turmoil" series.
Pat Buchanan talked about his book, The Greatest Comeback: How Richard Nixon Rose from Defeat to Create the New Majority, in which he looks at the years between 1962-1968, when Richard Nixon rebounded from two election losses to win the presidency. ... Buchanan* spoke at the Nixon Presidential Library and Museum in Yorba Linda, California.
Republican presidential candidate Patrick Buchanan belittled the foreign policy experience of Democratic presidential nominee Gov. ... Buchanan assailed the policies set forth by Gov. ... Buchanan's remarks, during Ms.
Pat Buchanan announced his intention to seek the Republican nomination for president of the U.S. ... Buchanan is a syndicated columnist, whose career includes his role as a co-host on CNN's "Crossfire" and panelist on the "McLaughlin Group", among other television programs. ... Buchanan* worked in the Nixon administration as a speech writer, and under President Reagan as director of communications.
Pat Buchanan talked about his book, The Greatest Comeback: How Richard Nixon Rose from Defeat to Create the New Majority, in which he argues that President Nixon overcame political defeats in the 1960 presidential race and the 1962 California gubernatorial election by bringing together the liberal and conservative wings of the Republican Party. ... Buchanan offered firsthand accounts of those years and talked about his personal interactions with President Nixon. ... Buchanan served as a staff member to Richard Nixon before he was elected to the White House and then as a senior adviser to President Nixon. Pat Buchanan is the author of 11 books.
This portion of the event featured speeches by the dinner chair, former Nixon administration Secretary of State and National Security Adviser Henry Kissinger, former adviser and speechwriter Pat Buchanan, and Julie Nixon Eisenhower.
In his book Timothy Stanley recounts the personal life and political career of Pat Buchanan. ... Buchanan's childhood in Washington, D.C., his work in the Nixon and Reagan adminstrations, and his own presidential aspirations, which consisted of three presidential campaigns. ... Stanley discussed his book with Pat Buchanan at Politics & Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C.
Pat Buchanan argues that America is disintegrating because of three factors: its loss of the Christian faith; moral and social collapse because of that loss; and the death of those who ran the nation for much of its heyday.
Pat Buchanan talked about his life and career and his philosophy. ... Video was also shown of Patrick Buchanan in his home in McLean, Virginia, on August 5, 2008, talking about his writing process. Pat Buchanan was the senior adviser to three U.S. presidents and ran for the Republican presidential nomination in 1992 and 1996 as well as being the Reform Party candidate in 2000. ... Buchanan is the author of ten books including: The New Majority (1973); Conservative Votes, Liberal Victories (1975); Right from the Beginning (1990); Great Betrayal (1998); The Death of the West (2002); and Churchill, Hitler and The Unnecessary War (2008).
Pat Buchanan and Peter Fenn talked about the week's news events, including health care legislation, the war in Afghanistan and future Obama Administration policy in that region, President Obama's trip to Asia, and politics in 2010.