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Victor Navasky on William F. Buckley

Love him or hate him, William F. Buckley was a force in American
journalism and the world of ideas. His death today at age
eighty-two will rightfully spur an outpouring of remembrances and
pontification on his legacy. Here, though, is Victor Navasky, in
many ways Buckley’’s counterpart on the left, writing in the
November/December 2007 issue of CJR about Buckley’’s last book, a
memoir, Cancel Your Own Goddam Subscription.

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