A Companion to Ronald Reagan evaluates in unprecedented detail the events, policies, politics, and people of Reaganas administration. It assesses the scope and influence of his various careers within the context of the times, providing wide-ranging coverage of his administration, and his legacy. Assesses Reagan and his impact on the development of the United States based on new documentary evidence and engagement with the most recent secondary literature Offers a mix of historiographic chapters devoted to foreign and domestic policy, with topics integrated thematically and chronologically Includes a section on key figures associated politically and personally with ReaganAs soon as she leaves, aides gather and Reagan/Hartman barks out orders about new plans to support the contras in Nicaragua. ... has drawn the attention of practically everyone who has studied the 40th president: Who is the real Ronald Reagan? ... At the end of Reagana#39;s presidency, two volumes of essays were published that provided very different assessments of the ... failure to make good on its promises for change, Boaz also notes the shortcomings of Reagana#39;s leadership.
|Title||:||A Companion to Ronald Reagan|
|Author||:||Andrew L. Johns|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2015-02-10|