In an affectionate and hilarious memoir of her forty-three years at National Review, Priscilla Buckley takes her readers behind the scenes at the magazine that came to define American conservatism. With her brother William F. Buckley leading a ?brilliant but highly combustible? cast of characters, she recounts the adventures and antics of the intellectuals, writers, and statesmen who built the most formidable movement in contemporary politics. Miss Buckley's insider's account of daily life at National Review includes ...

Living It Up with National Review 2005, Spence Publishing Company

ISBN-13: 9781890626594