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William F. Buckley Jr.

William F. Buckley Jr.

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“ If your life's work can be accomplished in your lifetime, you're not thinking big enough. ” ― Wes Jackson
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  • Happy Days Were Here Again: Reflections of a Libertarian Journalist

    1993·
    ·4.05·109 Ratings
    A new collection of essays by the unpredictable, prime architect of the conservative movement, at his often acerbic, sometimes celebratory, always on-target best. This volume covers a wide range of enthusiasms, criticisms, tributes, and reflections from t
  • Nearer, My God: An Autobiography of Faith

    1998·
    ·3.89·218 Ratings
    This is the story of one man's faith, told with unrivaled reflection and candor. William F. Buckley, Jr., was raised a Catholic. As the world plunged into war, and as social mores changed dramatically around him, Buckley's faith -- a most essential part o
  • Miles Gone By: A Literary Biography

    2004·
    ·4.18·362 Ratings
    Here is a unique collection of fifty years of essays chosen to form an unconventional autobiography and capstone to his remarkable career as the conservative writer par excellence. Included are essays that capture Buckley's joyful boyhood and family life;
  • Let Us Talk of Many Things: The Collected Speeches

    2000·
    ·4.22·110 Ratings
    Let Us Talk of Many Things, first published in 2000, brings together Buckley’s finest speeches from throughout his career. Always deliciously provocative, they cover a vast range of topics: the end of the Cold War, manners in politics, the failure of th
  • Stained Glass

    1997·
    ·3.75·326 Ratings
    Stained Glass offers an intricate plot involving the restoration of war-damaged windows in a fabled German chapel. When Blackford Oakes takes a sabbatical from his work as a CIA spy, he ends up in the arms of a beautiful KGB agent -- and on the horns of a
  • Nuremberg: The Reckoning

    2003·
    ·3.51·148 Ratings
    Sebastian Reinhardt, a young German-American, is yanked from routine army duty in America to serve as an interpreter at Nuremberg's Palace of Justice in 1945. He hears the stories of the infamous Nazi killers and war makers, who face prosecutors determine
  • Marco Polo, If You Can

    1996·
    ·3.73·263 Ratings
    Master of espionage fiction and National Book Award winner William F. Buckley Jr. brings us another in his best-selling series starring the intrepid CIA agent Blackford Oakes. When a shadowy Russian mole threatens to undermine the free world's defenses by
  • Who's on First (Blackford Oakes Mystery #3)

    1997·
    ·3.73·299 Ratings
    The celebrated author of Tucker's Last Stand and Stained Glass offers a chilling story set against the backdrop of the cold war space race. Blackford Oakes heads a mission to kidnap a pair of extraordinary Russian scientists who can put the U.S. ahead in
  • Tucker's Last Stand

    1998·
    ·3.72·129 Ratings
    The year is 1964. Lyndon Baines Johnson and Barry Goldwater are vying for the presidency, and CIA master spy Blackford Oakes has been sent to South Vietnam to halt its infiltration by men and materiel coming down the Ho Chi Minh Trail. Working out of Saig
  • The Story of Henri Tod

    1996·
    ·3.82·172 Ratings
    In the summer of 1961 just as the Berlin Wall is about to slam shut the last escape route out of Eastern Europe, President Kennedy needs to know what the Soviets are up to, and Blackford Oakes is sent to Germany to get the answers. When Oakes's contact, H
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