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Firing Line

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Muggeridge Revisited

In the June 27, 1978, epiosode of Firing Line, WFB talks with Malcolm Muggeridge about recent comments from Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, and about the City of God and the City of Man. ...

The Guilt of Alger Hiss

In the March 21, 1978, episode of Firing Line, WFB explores the Alger Hiss-Whittaker Chambers case with scholars Allen Weinstein and Athan G. Theoharis. Purchase the full episode here.

Reflections on the Current Scene

In the December 6, 1969, episode of Firing Line, WFB has a wide-ranging discussion on conservative trends with Clare Boothe Luce. Purchase the full episode here.

Vietnam and the Intellectuals

In the April 3, 1969, episode of Firing Line, WFB discusses the debate over the Vietnam War with linguist and professor Noam Chomsky. Purchase the full episode here.

The Hippies

In the September 3, 1968, episode of Firing Line, WFB discusses the hippie and counterculture movement with Jack Kerouac, Lewis Yablonsky, and Ed Sanders. Purchase the full episode here.

The Avant Garde

In the May 7, 1968, episode of Firing Line, WFB talks with poet Allen Ginsberg about his writing and the challenge of articulating the language of the police to the ...

The Culture of the Left

In the February 26, 1968, episode of Firing Line, WFB talks with British author Malcolm Muggeridge about his distinction between being a member of the Left and a liberal, and ...

Mobilizing the Poor

In the December 11, 1967, episode of Firing Line, WFB talks with Saul Alinsky the activist’s call for the poor to rise up and reject middle-class values by whatever means ...

The Future of the GOP

In the September 14, 1967, episode of Firing Line, WFB talks with Richard Nixon about electoral trends across the country and the policies Republicans should pursue to achieve victory. Purchase ...

Is the World Funny?

In the July 7, 1967, episode of Firing Line, WFB engages in a lively discussion with Groucho Marx about the raconteur’s political outlook and views on humor and mockery of ...