Reagan, the Man, the President
Macmillan Publishing Company, 1980 - 186 pagine
Book is a compilation of essays by a group of authors, all correspondents for The New York Times, Hendrick Smith, Adam Clymer, Robert Lindsey, Leonard Silk, and Richard Burt that explores Ronald Reagan's career and his potential for achievement or failure during his Presidency.
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