|Author:||Donald T. Regan|
|Title:||For the Record: From Wall Street to Washington|
|Format:||mbr mobi lrf lit|
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|Publisher:||ARROW BOOKS LTD; New Ed edition (1988)|
Regan sets the record straight about how his position was terminated and the lack of class shown by the President. But "For The Record" is lively and interestingly written. Coming from the Wall St. world of Merrill Lynch, where he spent 35 years, ending with the position of Chairman of the Board, Regan had a strong attitude. This net worth was what he referred to as you money
Michael said: A fairly straightforward read in terms of organization and the prose . Throughout the book, Regan hammers at this in loud and quiet ways, rightly showing its ridiculousness. The villains in the book are the ill-informed press, those who leak misleading or false information to the ill-informed press, Nancy Reagan, several Congressional Democrats, and maybe McFarl A fairly straightforward read in terms of organization and the prose. The book has a tone of self-defense throughout as though Regan is primarily concerned with answering the charges against him. This tends to make me distrust his narrative a bit, although he comes across as a staggering intellect-espec A damn fine book and well written, too, although it leaves me with more questions about Regan than answers.
By the time Reagan became president, Donald Regan was a wealthy man contemplating a quiet retirement. Instead, he came aboard and became Secretary of the Treasury in Ronald Reagan's first term and, upon Reagan's re-election, his Chief of Staff. In this book, Regan takes us behind the scenes in the Reagan White House and lets us follow the action from the beginning of Reagan's administration up to the time of his resignation. It is an insightful story told by a man who was there
For the Record, by Donald T. Regan, dated 1988-05, excerpts by Donald Regan and Ronald Reagan and others, Tired of media reports of fundraising and poll results instead of policy issues? At OnTheIssues. org, you can see the view of every candidate on every issue. Donald Regan: Deficits don't matter, s long as economy is growing. John Boehner: Home loans were source of bank crisis.
Donald Thomas "Don" Regan (December 21, 1918 – June 10, 2003) was the 66th United States Secretary of the Treasury from 1981 to 1985 and the White House Chief of Staff from 1985 to 1987 under Ronald Reagan. In the Reagan administration, he advocated "Reaganomics" and tax cuts as a means to create jobs and to stimulate production. Earlier in his life, he had studied at Harvard University before he served in the United States Marine Corps, achieving the rank of lieutenant colonel
Donald Thomas Regan, American businessman and politician (born Dec. 21, 1918, Cambridge, Mass. died June 10, 2003, Williamsburg, V., was the innovative chairman of Merrill Lynch & Co. (1971–80) before becoming a top aide to Pres. Ronald Reagan, serving as treasury secretary (1981–85) and chief of staff (1985–87). His autobiography, For the Record: From Wall Street to Washington (1988), caused a furor over its allegations that Nancy Reagan consulted an astrologer on such presidential matters as trips and personal appearances.
For the Record: From Wall Street to Washington by Donald T. Regan. The Illusion of Jewish Unity. The Secret House of Death. His most recent book is The Genuine Article: A Historian Looks at Early America. Thomas Sheehan is Professor of Religious Studies at Stanford University. H. R. Trevor-Roper (1914–2003) was a British historian and the author of The Last Days of Hitler. He taught at Oxford, where he was the Regius Professor Modern History. John Updike (1932–2009) was born in Shillington, Pennsylvania. In 1954 he began to publish in The New Yorker, where he continued to contribute short stories, poems, and criticism until his death. As a young speechwriter in the Reagan White House, Peter Robinson was responsible for the celebrated Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall speech. He was also one of a core group of writers who became informal experts on Reagan - watching his every move, absorbing not just his political positions, but his personality, manner, and the way he carried himself
In his autobiography For The Record: From Wall Street to Washington, published in 1988 before President Reagan left office, Regan defended his work as Chief of Staff while criticizing Nancy Reagan and several Administration figures. Regan spent his final years in Williamsburg, Virginia, where he died on June 10, 2003. The records in this collection pertain only to Donald Regan’s role as White House Chief of Staff. Regan - 3 printed from 8-inch and 5 -inch diskettes prior to the diskettes’ arrival at the Reagan Library. The Library staff has transferred all diskettes to preservation storage. Since some documents in this series are quoted or cited in Regan’s book For the Record, it is possible that Regan retained some of the material, or kept copies of it, after he left the White House.