TITLE

DELECTATIONS: The Day

AUTHOR(S)
Hazelton, Nika
PUB. DATE
November 1975
SOURCE
National Review;11/7/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 43, p1242
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the gala celebration of the 20th anniversary celebrations of the periodical "National Review." The Gala has two parts, one in the afternoon, and one in the evening. Michael Oakeshott, the best living writer on political philosophy, will speak on the occasion. Oakeshott is an Englishman and a Cambridge man, with a most distinguished academic career. There will be speeches and star entertainment, the first joyous, the second surprising and amusing. During his professorship of political science at the London School of Economics he made a decisive impact on the political thinking of people.
ACCESSION #
6069264

 

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