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Reagan: The American President by Larry Schweikart, Hardcover | Barnes & Noble®Ronald Reagon served as 40 th president of United States of America. Before his reign as The president, he had a three decades experience as a Hollywood actor and a politician. Before entering into the world of Hollywood, he was a radio announcer in Des Moines for Chicago Cubs baseball team. In his diary, he revealed his relationship as a father and a husband. This read consists of Foreword by Nancy Reagan.
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That is something that has a very powerful and abiding appeal to Americans and it is fair for Reagan to be revered on that count. Sekling Press. July 9, United Nations.However, his support of Israel throughout his presidency earned him support from many Jews. Archived from the original on April 3, Retrieve.
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The answer to the first question: Even in the eyes of this unreconstructed New Dealer, Donald Trump makes Reagan look great. Reagan and Trump have a few things in common. Both began their public lives as entertainers. Both were septuagenarians, or close to it, when sworn in as president. Neither bothered much about detail.
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