Firing Line

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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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Humanities and the Federal Government

First Aired: January 6, 1983

William J. Bennett of the National Endowment for the Humanities discusses Federal funding, the need for more private-sector support for the humanities, and NEH aid to academia. William F. Buckley Jr.

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