The Sunday Book Review highlights Professor Carl Bogus’s "well-informed biography" of William F. Buckley Jr. — "polemicist, novelist, wit and bon vivant."

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The Sunday Book Review highlights Professor Carl Bogus’s "well-informed biography" of William F. Buckley Jr. — "polemicist, novelist, wit and bon vivant."

From the NEW YORK TIMES Sunday Book Review: "Bogus & BuckleyPaperback Row" by Ishan Taylor.

December 20, 2013: BUCKLEY: William F. Buckley Jr. and the Rise of American Conservatism, by Carl T. Bogus. (Bloomsbury, $20.) Bogus’s well-informed biography focuses on William F. Buckley Jr. — the polemicist, novelist, television star, political candidate, wit and bon vivant — during “the seminal period of the creation of the modern conservative movement”: from Buckley’s founding of its leading intellectual publication, National Review, in 1955, to Richard Nixon’s election in 1968.

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