Books by George F. Will

A NICE LITTLE PLACE ON THE NORTH SIDE by George F. Will
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Released: March 25, 2014

"Digressive, amusing, anecdotal, legend-shattering, self-deprecating and passionate—just what you want in a friend sitting beside you at the ballpark."
Veteran conservative political pundit Will (One Man's America: The Pleasures and Provocations of Our Singular Nation, 2009, etc.) writes an affectionate birthday card to the home of his beloved Chicago Cubs. Read full book review >
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Released: Sept. 19, 2002

"The gold standard among conservative columnists remains William F. Buckley Jr., who can be enjoyed as literature even if you don't agree with him; the same cannot be said of Will. Nonetheless, a must-read for aficionados of Beltway journalism."
Columns published over the past five years provide conservative pundit Will's trademark curmudgeonly commentary on the gilded Clinton years and the dawn of the more troubled W. era. Read full book review >
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Released: Nov. 12, 1997

"One can only hope his work will inspire serious thought—and not just squeals of pleasure—from his like- minded colleagues. (Author tour)"
Excellent tonic for those fans of the popular pundit (The Levelling Wind, 1994, etc.) who prefer to ingest his brand of conservatism in large doses. Read full book review >
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Released: Nov. 22, 1994

"Articulately partisan critiques of the volatile and evolving state of the union."
Another 175 pieces of Will's lively, inquiring mind. Read full book review >
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Released: Oct. 5, 1992

"Awash with lengthy digressions, but Will's argument is clear and persuasive nonetheless."
Will (Suddenly, 1990, etc.) weighs in for term limits as the answer to congressional careerism and public disgust. ``A permanent class of career legislators is inherently inimical to limited government,'' says Will in this carefully argued and historically grounded work. Read full book review >
Released: Nov. 12, 1990

A collection of Will's Washington Post syndicated columns from the past four years. Read full book review >