What I Saw at the Revolution: A Political Life in the Reagan Era

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G.K. Hall, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 509 pages
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A speechwriter in the Reagan Administration describes life in and around the White House and the experience of being a woman in a traditionally male environment

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Review: What I Saw at the Revolution: A Political Life in the Reagan Era

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Noonan writes with an overelaborate prose that exhibits both the "WASP'iness" and over elaborate prose. Her fawning over Reagan can at best be described as adolescent and at worse embarassing. Read full review

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The woman can write. And she's carrying a torch for Reagan. This book, however, was (I believe) her first, and covers her service at the end of the Reagan years and through the GHW Bush years. Just about anything memorable Bush 41 said, Peggy wrote. Read full review

Contents

Who My Friends Are
1
George Raft
297
left Bin ein Pain in the Neck
317
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

She was a special assistant to President Ronald Reagan from 1984 to 1986; in 1988, she was chief speechwriter to Vice President George Bush during his campaign for the presidency. She is currently a columnist & contributing editor at The Wall Street Journal & a political contributor for Fox News. She lives in New York City.

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