Ideologues and presidents: from the New Deal to the Reagan revolution

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Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 247 pages
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How have ideologues--people driven to politics by the force of ideas--influenced presidential administrations and even the presidency itself? In Ideologues and Presidents Thomas Langston approaches this question through case studies of three key presidents whose programs changed the direction of the modern domestic agenda: Franklin Roosevelt, Lyndon Johnson, and Ronald Reagan.

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