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Getting It Right: A Novel
Getting It Right A Novel
Author: William F. Buckley
This book is a sweeping tale that takes us from the Hungarian uprising of 1956, Cold War espionage, and tempestuous romance, to political skullduggery in 1960's America.
ISBN-13: 9780895261380
ISBN-10: 0895261383
Publication Date: 2/25/2003
Pages: 320

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Publisher: Regnery Publishing, Inc.
Book Type: Hardcover
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This engaging novel captures all the color and oddity of the American right in the 1950s, especially the group around Ayn Rand and the John Birch Society. Buckley is the founding father of the right wing, but he pulls no punches in his characterizations, and provides insight into the psychology of a movement that had a remarkable and surprising importance for American society.


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