After Words with Christopher Buckley
Charles Kesler is editor of the Claremont Review of Books.
Christopher Buckley talked about his novel Supreme Courtship (Twelve; September 3, 2008). In his book he presents a satirical view of the U.S. Supreme Court. The former speechwriter for Vice President George H.W. Bush presents a fictionalized account of the justice appointment process and what happens when a reality television show judge is nominated for appointment to the highest court in the United States. Mr. Buckley talked about the intersection of politics and humor with guest interviewer Charles Kesler at BookExpo America in the Los Angeles Convention Center.
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Christopher Buckley Editor Forbes FYI
Charles R. Kesler Editor Claremont Review of Books
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