Book Reviews

William F. Buckley and the Odyssey of Conservatism

By Damon Linker ● The New York Times ● 05/08/2017


If there’s an odyssey recounted in Alvin S. Felzenber’s book, it’s that of conservatism itself – an ideology and coalition that has held a grip on the Republican party since Reagan won the White House in 1980.

Reviewed: A Man and His Presidents: The Political Odyssey of William F. Buckley Jr.

 

 

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