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Saturday, May 13, 2017
The New York Times Book Review
feels like a political lifetime ago when Richard Nixon and William F.
Buckley Jr. were seismically changing the face of American conservatism,
both from within and outside of the government. Yet now feels like a
good time to turn back to that earlier shift and see how 20th-century
forces laid the groundwork for today’s battles within conservatism and
across the political spectrum. Our cover pairs two books: Patrick
Buchanan’s “Nixon’s White House Wars,” reviewed by Joe Klein, and Alvin Felzenberg’s “A Man and His Presidents,” reviewed by The Week’s Damon Linker.