Leadership in the Reagan Presidency: Eleven intimate perspectives
In this work, distinguished political figures who worked closely with Ronald Reagan examine the man as a leader. The first section explores his philosophy of leadership, examining The Reagan White House, by Howard H. Baker, Jr., Reagan as Political Leader, by Frank J. Fahrenkopf, Jr., and A Journalist's Perspective, by Lou Cannon.
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THE REAGAN WHITE HOUSE
REAGAN AS POLITICAL LEADER
A JOURNALISTS PERSPECTIVE
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