Free eBook Living It Up With National Review: A Memoir download
by William F. Buckley,Priscilla L. Buckley
Author: William F. Buckley,Priscilla L. Buckley
Publisher: Spence Pub; First Edition edition (June 30, 2005)
Category: Biography and Memoir
Subcategory: Leaders and Notable People
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Senator James L. Buckley who named his daughter after her and dedicated his 2010 book Freedom at Risk: Reflections on Politics, Liberty, and the State to her. Buckley was born to William Frank Buckley, Sr. and Aloise Josephine Antonia Steiner. She graduated from Smith College in 1943 where one of her best friends was feminist Betty Friedan.
The exploits of her brother William F. Buckley among many other "brilliant but highly combustible" characters come alive in this engaging and folksy collection of true tales of daily life amid a national icon of conservatism. An index allows for quick reference in this highly readable and enjoyable reflection on the highs, lows, and weirdness present in the author's remarkable and vivacious working life.
By Priscilla L. Buckley. 247 pp. Spence Publishing Company. The magazine would shape conservative politics for more than a generation. But it was not ideology alone that established the Buckleys as the first family of American conservatism. It was a style, a sensibility and a charm. Bill Buckley's written and televised manifestation of these qualities earned him international celebrity.
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Buckley was born in New York City to William Frank Buckley, S. She graduated with a degree in history in 1943 from Smith College where one of her best friends was feminist Betty Friedan. She worked for the CIA in the 1950s and for United Press in New York and Paris from 1944 to 1948 (NY) and again from 1953 to 1956 (Paris). She later wrote a 2001 book about her United Press days, "String of Pearls.
After her presentation she answered audience members' questions. This was an event of the Conservative Women’s Network, a monthly meeting hosted at The Heritage Foundation with the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute.
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Among those in attendance, paying WFB tribute, was Priscilla.
Flag as Inappropriate. Buckley was born in New York City on October 17, 1921, to William Frank Buckley, Sr. She worked for the CIA in the 1950s and worked for United Press in New York and Paris from 1953 until 1956.