A Shining City: The Legacy of Ronald Reagan
Includes tributes from Billy Graham, Henry A. Kissinger, Peggy Noonan, Barbara Walters, Larry King, Richard Helms, Charles Z. Wick, James H. Billington, George F. Will, Sam Nunn, Gerald R. Ford, Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., Winston S. Churchill III, Jack Kemp, John Major, Brent Scowcroft, Lee Kuan Yew, Katharine Graham, Lou Cannon, Malcolm S. Forbes, Jr., James A. Baker III, Frank C. Carlucci, Jimmy Carter, Helen Thomas, Sam Donaldson, Robert J. Novak, Walter H. Annenberg, Richard Norton Smith, Lodwrick M. Cook, Ed Feulner, John Gavin, Howard H. Baker, Jr., Dan Quayle, Caspar W. Weinberger, George Bush, Brian Mulroney, Colin L. Powell, Elizabeth Dole, George Shultz, Newt Gingrich, Mikhail Gorbachev, Margaret Thatcher, Robert Dole, Charlton Heston, William J. Bennett, William J. Clinton, with a biography of Roanld Reagan.
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Foreword by Nancy Reagan
Farewell Address to the Nation January n 1989
Tribute from Henry a Kissinger
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