Our Country: The Shaping of America from Roosevelt to Reagan

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“The” Free Press, 1990 - History - 805 pages
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Combining his proven mastery of political facts and trends with a rich narrative, Barone tells the story of how the country of our parents was transformed through each political era into the country as we know it today.

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Our country: the shaping of America from Roosevelt to Reagan

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A whistle-stop survey of U.S. politics from Franklin Roosevelt to George Bush, with visits at what seems like each biennial election, poll, primary, and policy question of these six decades. More than ... Read full review

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Very president-centric, but great in that area. Crammed with facts and finely recreated presidential election landscapes. All kinds of stuff that was important at the time and determined outcomes, but ... Read full review

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Republican Chief
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Democratic Chief
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Madison Square Garden 1924
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About the author (1990)

MICHAEL BARONE is a senior writer with U.S. News & World Report and a contributor to Fox News Channel. He is the principal coauthor of the biannual "Almanac of American Politics" and the author of "Our Country, The New Americans," and "Hard America, Soft America,"

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