Leadership in the Reagan Presidency: Seven intimate perspectives, Volume 9, Part 1
This unprecedented volume discusses the Reagan administration from the inside out. Based on essays from insiders and outsiders, this book offers insights into Ronald Reagan and offers critiques of his leadership abilities and administration. Insiders include Senator Paul Laxalt of Nevada, one of Reagan's most trusted friends; Tom Griscom, a communications expert; Donald Regan, secretary of the treasury and chief of staff; and political advisor Lyn Nofziger. Outsiders include Fred Barnes of The New Republic; Lou Cannon of The Washington Post; and TV newsman Sander Vanocur. Together they present a compelling history of the Reagan administration.
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CORE IDEAS OF THE REAGAN PRESIDENCY
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