Journalists: Advice from a Kamikaze

Not many journalists ever make it big in politics. There were Winston Churchill and Warren G. Harding. But journalists keep trying. The latest to make something of a splash was Bill Buckley, who gave up editing his National Review for a few months while he ran for mayor of New York. He didn't run too well, and last week Bill Buckley went back to journalism with a bang. Some 2,500 friends and well-wishers gathered in the ballroom of Manhattan's Americana Hotel to cele brate the tenth anniversary of his conservative magazine, which...

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