Tune in to Book TV to see Professor Carl Bogus discuss his new book on William F. Buckley's life and his enduring impact on American politics.

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C-SPAN/Book TV: Bogus on Buckley

Tune in to Book TV to see Professor Carl Bogus discuss his new book on William F. Buckley's life and his enduring impact on American politics.

C-SPAN2/Book TV Presents:

Professor Carl Bogus"Buckley: William F. Buckley Jr. and the Rise of American Conservatism" by Carl Bogus.

Future Airings

  •     Saturday, February 11th at 7pm (ET)
  •     Sunday, February 12th at 6am (ET)
  •     Sunday, February 12th at 4:30pm (ET)

About the Program

Carl Bogus, law professor at Roger Williams University, recalls the personal and professional life of political commentator, William F. Buckley, Jr. (1925-2008).  Mr. Buckley was the founder of the conservative periodical, The National Review, author of numerous books, including, God and Man at Yale, and the host of the television program, Firing Line.  The author examines Buckley's efforts to reshape the conservative movement in the 1960's and his lasting impact on conservative leaders, the likes of Ronald Reagan, who cited the National Review as an influence on his political thinking.  Carl Bogus speaks at Books & Books in Miami.

About the Author

Carl Bogus is the author of Why Lawsuits are Good for America: Disciplined Democracy, Big Business, and the Common LawHe is a law professor at Roger Williams University.