Better known for his punditry, here mayoral candidate William F. Buckley Jr. complains about delivering stump speeches "without boring the voter, which is bad enough, but without boring yourself, which is worse."
Lloyd Moss talks to author William F. Buckley, Jr. about his career and his book, God and Man at Yale. Mr. Buckley discusses the musical selections he chose, two of which were performed in his home.
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From card catalog: William Buckley, Conservative party candidate for Mayor of NYC, talks about the campaign. Talks issues and about remarks against him by Rep. Lindsay and Senator Javitts [sic]. Questions ...