Saving the Queen Themes

William F. Buckley
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Buckley explores the role of the "anointed white man" in the modern world. The protagonist, really a Buckley alter-ego, Blackford Oakes has had every privilege — breeding, looks, wealth, health, intelligence, and entry into the homes of the elite. He is a respected war hero who is recruited by a friend to "help" his country during a time of "peace."

The questions that Buckley asks are important ones. He asks, what is the role...

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