William F. Buckley, Jr

William F. Buckley, Jr. was an influential conservative author and commentator. He founded the political magazine 'National Review' in 1955, which played a pivotal role in shaping the conservative movement in the United States. Buckley also hosted the long-running television show 'Firing Line,' where he became known for his erudite expression and debates on public policy. His works include a series of spy novels and numerous non-fiction books on politics and culture.


This list of books are ONLY the books that have been ranked on the lists that are aggregated on this site. This is not a comprehensive list of all books by this author.

  1. 1. God and Man at Yale

    This book is a critique of the author's alma mater, Yale University, arguing that the institution had strayed from its original mission. The author claims that the university was promoting atheism and socialism, instead of fostering intellectual freedom and individualism. He criticizes the faculty for allegedly pushing their own political beliefs onto students, and calls for alumni to take a more active role in the oversight of their universities.