The Way I See it: An Autobiography
Test falsehoods about the Reagans, Ronald and Nancy's daughter tells the truth, as only she knows it, in a poignant, at times shocking story of growing up in one of America's most fabled families. With both sympathy and understanding, Patti examines the family dynamics and reveals many painful family secrets. 32 pages of photographs.
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