The acting president

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Dutton, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 397 pages
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Explores the roles played by Reagan's closest cabinet members--including Meese, Regan, Pointdexter, Baker, Haig, and Watt--in securing the president's absolute say in domestic and foreign policy

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For national TV correspondent Schieffer and his co-author, the story of the Reagan presidency is the story of his advisors--their opinions, policies, schemes, intrigues, and misdeeds--not Ronald ... Read full review

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Just embarrassingly biased. Not surprising that Bob Schieffer wrote this, but it is surprising that he still goes out of the way to remind people that he's a non-partisan, unbiased journalist after writing this. Just sad. Read full review

Contents

The True Believers
1
The Keys to the Cabinet
16
California Dreamin
33
Copyright

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