Firing Line

  • 1971

A long-running series that addressed hot-button issues in lively, erudite discussions between the droll, conservative host and guests from across the political spectrum. The forum for clashing ideological viewpoints set the stage for future debate gabfests such as `Crossfire,' `Hardball' and `The O'Reilly Factor.'

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The Karl Hess Phenomenon

First Aired: January 6, 1971

Renegade conservative Karl Hess, a speechwriter for Barry Goldwater's 1964 Presidential campaign, who later split with Republican forces to express sympathy for such leftist groups as SDS. Taped in January 1971, Hess discusses his views of the Government, the free market, anarchy, the Black Panthers, police brutality, the draft, and differences between SDS and Republicans. William F. Buckley Jr.

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