Notes & Asides

Lynch, Nancy M.; Sobran, Joe; Perrine, W. Brett; Vazquez, Ed; Feiner, M.
February 1975
National Review;2/28/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 7, p207
The article presents letters of comments and suggestions on socioeconomic arguments made by William F. Buckley in the United States. These include letters regarding the blacks and Jews, the article "Pride Goeth," by Harriet Van Horne, and necessary health habits in enjoying Buckley's television and newspaper thoughts.


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