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Author: Kenneth W. Thompson
ISBN13: 978-0761807230
Title: The Reagan Presidency: Ten Intimate Perspectives of Ronald Reagan
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Language: English
Category: Humanities
Publisher: University Press Of America; 9 edition (April 10, 1997)
Pages: 184

The Reagan Presidency: Ten Intimate Perspectives of Ronald Reagan by Kenneth W. Thompson

Geographic Name: United States Foreign relations 1981-1989. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Foreign policy in the Reagan presidency : nine intimate perspectives, Sterling Kernek.

II : Eleven Intimate Perspectives. by Kenneth W. Thompson. In this work, distinguished political figures who worked closely with Ronald Reagan examine the man as a leader. The first section explores his philosophy of leadership, examining The Reagan White House, by Howard H. Baker, J. Reagan as Political Leader, by Frank J. Fahrenkopf, J. and A Journalist's Perspective, by Lou Cannon.

Washington: University Press of America, 1985, 300 pp. This volume, one of a series of "Portraits of American Presidents," consists of reminiscences by 17 of . s associates?including McGeorge and William Bundy, Dean Rusk, Arthur Schlesinger, J. and transcripts of discussions held at the University of Virginia. This calm, careful and informed book stands in refreshing contrast to much of the polemic, even hysteria, on the subject.

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Reagan Administration. See all. Anthologies. The Kennedy Presidency: Seventeen Intimate Perspectives of John F. Kennedy. University Press of America, 1985. s McGeorge and William Bundy, Dean Rusk, Arthur Schlesinger, J.

Kenneth W. Thompson, e. .The Reagan Presidency: Ten Intimate Perspectives of Ronald Reagan. University Press of America, 1997. Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher: A Political Marriage. New York: Sentinel HC, 2007. Ronald Reagan in Quotations: A Topical Dictionary, with Sources, of the Presidential Years. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2012. Ronald Reagan Our 40th President. Washington, DC: Regnery, 2012.

Publication info: Lanham, MD : University Press of America, c1984. Other Authors: Thompson, Kenneth . 1921-.

Contributor(s): Thompson, Kenneth W Kernek, Sterling. Material type: BookSeries: The Miller Center Reagan Oral History Series. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

This is a collection of ten perspectives, both personal and professional, about the Bush presidency. It is part of an ongoing series of intensive studies of postwar presidents. The authors served in the Bush administration and possess extensive training and experience in public service and politics. Each provides a unique viewpoint about the Bush administration. Kenneth W. Thompson is Director of the Miller Center of Public Affairs and J. Wilson Newman Professor of Government and Foreign Affairs at the University of Virginia.

Ronald Reagan and The Speech : The Rhetoric of Public Relations Politics. Western Journal of Communication 32: 50–58. Foreign Policy in the Reagan Presidency: New Intimate Perspectives. Lanham: University Press of America.

The Reagan Presidency: Ten Intimate Perspectives of Ronald Reagan is part of a continuing Miller Center series of presidential portraits. This volume of the series examines the political forces and personal characteristics that shaped the Reagan presidency. Cabinet members, a counsel to the president, scholars, journalists, a chief of staff, and other professionals in the administration attended Miller Center forums to discuss important domestic and international issues from the Reagan presidency. Their vast professional and political experience and firsthand accounts provide an intimate perspective on Reagan's presidency and serve as a source of information and reference for historians of the administration. As it did with previous oral histories, the Miller Center hosted representatives from the press, public service, and academia. The forum audiences included supporters and critics of the administration and scholars of presidential politics. Their participation not only sparked debate on important aspects of the Reagan presidency but also broadened and enhanced this discussion of governance. This book addresses the essential themes of the Reagan presidency: governance, the role of communication, domestic policy, international trade, international policy, and post-Cold War strategy. The book examines Reagan's leadership style, analyzes the role of the media in presidential politics, explores the Reagan administration's unique policy challenges, and reviews the effects of their policy choices. The volume concludes with an assessment of Reagan's administration and its place in the history of contemporary presidents.