"Firing Line with William Buckley" transcripts, 1966-1967 (inclusive) [microform].

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Buckley, William F. (William Frank), 1925-2008. "Firing Line with William Buckley" transcripts, 1966-1967 (inclusive) [microform].

"Firing Line with William Buckley" transcripts, 1966-1967 (inclusive) [microform].

Transcripts of one hundred and thirteen "Firing Line" programs aired on WNET-TV and the Public Broadcasting System from January 1966-December 1967. William F. Buckley, Jr. discusses political, social, religious, economic, and literary topics with several prominent American and international figures. Original transcripts, video tapes, and audio tapes of these interviews are arranged in the William F. Buckley, Jr. Papers (ID 84A-494).

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