I just finished this book, and it was an amazing read. For Reagan admirers it is an obvious confirmation, but I think it would also be a valuable read for his detractors too.
It is an autobiography, (written with Bob Lindsey), so it is rosy, (what autobiography doesn't paint the best possible picture), and it does glide over many of the negatives of his presidency, but it does show who and what the man behind the name really is. An iconic symbol of America.
It is not a good read if you are looking for secrets or hidden agendas, but it does show the real man behind the public image.
by GA Anderson 15 months ago
I am about half-way through "Man Of The House," an autobiography by Tip, (Tom), O'Neil and William Novak, and I have been thinking about my fellow Politics and Social Issues forum dwellers since the very first chapter.Tip O'Neil started his political career in Massachusetts in 1936, and...
by PhoenixV 2 years ago
What Is Your Favorite Ronald Reagan Quote?
by Kas 5 years ago
What would Ronald Reagan say about today's world and the state of the USA?
by cprice75 6 years ago
Could Ronald Reagan get the Republican nomination today?I am not talking about the idealized Ronald Reagan that we often hear about today, but the real Ronald Reagan--the one who was a union president, who raised government deficit spending to previously unknown levels, and the one who raised taxes...
by Wesman Todd Shaw 5 years ago
What made Ronald Reagan So Great?A lot of persons think of Ronald Reagan as one of the best of the US Presidents, if you believe that is true, why do you think it is true?
by kashannkilson 7 years ago
Had a debate with a friend today- he seemed to think the current GOP climate has moved to the right of Reagan. Your thoughts?
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