The Thirteenth Man: A Reagan Cabinet Memoir

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Free Press, 1988 - Biography & Autobiography - 195 pages
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Former U.S. Secretary of Education Dr. Bell's successful fight to save the Department of Education has won him accolades from the nation's educators. Here he offers insight on Reagan's key players and a fresh perspective on the Reagan revolution.

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Bell, former U.S. Secretary of Education, presents a fascinating inside look at the political realities and difficulties of assuring a continuing strong federal role for education. He focuses on the ... Read full review


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Bell, now serving as professor of educational administration at the University of Utah, has been a leader in education in the state of Utah and on the national scene for more than thirty years. He was the former United States Secretary of Education.

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