Ronald Reagan was a Hollywood actor turned Republican politician known for his sunny optimism and gifted salesmanship. He entered the White House in 1981, a time when many Americans were wondering if their country's best days were behind them. But things had changed by the time he left office--the economy was thriving and the Cold War was coming to a close.
The child of an alcoholic, he was an intensely private man, yet he was so charming that he routinely befriended even his enemies. Reagan was both a complex man and political figure, and his legacy strongly influences politics today.
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A Good About A Great Man
I thoroughly enjoyed this book about a great American leader, Ronald Reagan.
Ignore the hateful, political, infantile rant by "K.K.". He or she re-posts the same "review" for every book about Reagan and other conservatives. This person isn't even intelligent enough to spell the president's name correctly.
Reagan was a great leader
A great book on President Reagan. K.K. This is a book review area. Trying reading the book. You wrote the same angry "review" for other books on Reagan that you didn't read. Shut up!