December 1980
National Review;12/31/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 26, p1551
The article comments on the accomplishments made by William Buckley, editor of the journal "National Review," for himself and for the journal. The author recalls his first meeting with Buckley, as well as how the perceive the editor's character then. Comments on the editor's innovative approach to the vice presidency are provided.


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