Ronald Reagan Remembered

"Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall."
It was during Reagan's administration that the U.S. policy of detente towards the Soviet Union switched to a more forceful stance, hastening the end of the Cold War and the liberation of much of Eastern Europe. His goal was peace through strength. "The Great Communicator" died after a long illness. As death came on, his memory faded, but the words that he had written years before preserve his thoughts and deeds, as do the writings of his family, staff, and political rivals.

Angels Don't Die: My Father's Gift of Faith

By Patti Davis

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The daughter of the former president pays tribute to her father, Ronald Reagan, describing his spiritual strength in the face of Alzheimer's, the impact of his near assassination, and his spiritual legacy to her and others.

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A Different Drummer: My Thirty Years with Ronald Reagan

By Michael Deaver

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"Whether it was traveling with Reagan on endless campaign flights, discussing the day-to-day issues in the Oval Office, or surviving the harrowing assassination attempt, Deaver worked with the former chief executive for twenty consecutive years. Now he offers his memories of Ronald Reagan as governor, president, and friend."
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