Ronald Reagan Our 40th President

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From the author of Forest Gump, The Aviators, and The Generals...He was one of Americas true greats. As president, he changed the world, developing a successful strategy for defeating Communism, toppling the Soviet Union, and liberating Eastern Euro…

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    Om Ronald Reagan Our 40th President

    From the author of Forest Gump, The Aviators, and The Generals...He was one of Americas true greats. As president, he changed the world, developing a successful strategy for defeating Communism, toppling the Soviet Union, and liberating Eastern Europe (while hardly firing a shot). And just as important, he restored an America that had found itself mired in a malaise of falling living standards, moral decay, and what seemed like inevitable decline.Though he was our oldest president, Reagan acted as a tonic, rejuvenating Americas economy, restoring her confidence, and attracting a majority of young voters won over by his vision of making America once again a shining city on a hill.In this superlative biography for young adults, bestselling author Winston Groomauthor of Forrest Gumpgives us the full Reagan, from his Midwestern American boyhood, to his early career as a radio sports announcer, to his days as a Hollywood star and his extraordinary political career as a union leader, governor of California, and president of the United States.Covering the gamut of Reagans dramatic life, Ronald Reagan: Our 40th President is essential reading, as inspiring as its subject.

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    Format
    E-Bok
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    Filformat
    ePUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2012
    Forlag
    Regnery Publishing
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9781596983151
    Sider
    200

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