Skirmishes by Neal B. Freeman, a major figure in the conservative movement for the last 50 years, is the story of modern conservatism from Barry Goldwater to Donald Trump.
Part collection, part memoir, part prescription for what ails the Republic, the book recounts Freeman’s collaboration with William F. Buckley Jr. (Freeman managed WFB’s city-shaking campaign for mayor of New York and was the founding producer of the long-running TV series, Firing Line), his service with four Presidents, including Ronald Reagan (Freeman produced much of Reagan’s White House TV and was the architect of his centerpiece privatization initiative) and his work with other political and business luminaries up through the Trump era.
Select writings from the National Review, Wall Street Journal, Weekly Standard and American Spectator flavor an extraordinary story of achievement in business, politics and the arts.
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