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Buckley, William F., Jr., 1925-2008

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LC classificationPS3552.U344
Personal name headingBuckley, William F., Jr., 1925-2008
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Variant(s)Buckley, Bill, 1925-2008
Buckley, William F. (William Frank), 1925-2008
Associated countryUnited States
Birth date1925-11-24
Death date2008-02-27
Place of birthNew York (N.Y.)
Place of deathStamford (Conn.)
Field of activityConservatism
Profession or occupationAuthors Television journalists
Political commentators
Found inGod and man at Yale, 1951.
Marco Polo, if you can, 1982: t.p. (William F. Buckley, Jr.)
William F. Buckley, Jr., patron saint of the conservatives, c1988: CIP galley (b. 1925; Bill Buckley)
New York times WWW site, Feb. 27, 2008 (William F. Buckley, Jr.; b. William Francis Buckley, Nov. 24, 1925, Manhattan (son of William Frank Buckley, Jr.; according to his sister, Patricia, he was christened Francis; later, in Who's who entries and elsewhere, he used Frank); d. Wednesday [Feb. 27, 2008], Stamford, Conn., aged 82; marshaled polysyllabic exuberance, famously arched eyebrows, and a refined, perspicacious mind to elevate conservatism to the center of American political discourse)
Wikipedia, Nov. 7, 2013 (William F. Bucklely; William Frank Buckley, Jr.; born November 24, 1925 in New York City; died February 27, 2008 in Stamford, Conn.; author and commentator. He founded the political magazine National Review in 1955, which had a major impact in stimulating the conservative movement. He hosted 1,429 episodes of the television show Firing Line from 1966 until 1999, where he became known for his transatlantic accent and wide vocabulary. He also wrote a nationally syndicated newspaper column, and wrote numerous spy novels)
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