From Publishers Weekly
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I always liked Ronald Reagan as a person and as a president, and so this book was really interesting to me.
As the art of letter writing dies, replaced with e-mail and with the telephone, this traditionally rich source for historians will likely diminish in importance.
If you hated Reagan before reading it, you will hate this book because these letters contradict everything you beleive about this great man...
This is a GREAT book for anyone interested in Reagan or his time period. Divided into chapters based on topic (for example: Economy, Cold War, Latin America, Humor etc) the book... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Nicholas Roberts
Regardless of one's politics, Reagan's boundless love of country, optimistic spirit, wisdom and humor
shine through and are heart warming. Read more
Amazing insight into the life of a real person, beyond the cardboard image partisan politics on both sides of the aisle paint of the man. Read morePublished 9 months ago by G. Blanston
THOUGHTFUL, WELL-WRITTEN AND CLEVER LETTERS THAT SERVE AS INSPIRATION FOR MY OWN LETTER WRITING. GREAT BOOK FOR ANYONE WHO ENJOYS REAGAN OR A LOVELY NOTE.Published 14 months ago by Jacqueline
I always liked Ronald Reagan as a person and as a president, and so this book was really interesting to me. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Linda R. Hendrex
A very interesting way to showcase his life--through his very articulate, yet down-to-earth letters. I look forward to seeing him in the resurrection.Published on March 11, 2013 by Ramblin' Rose
This is one of the best books I have ever read. You truely get to see Ronald Reagan and those he conversed with. Your library isn't complete without this book.Published on October 29, 2012 by N.M. DESGROSEILLIERS
Insightful, inspiring and beautifully written prose !
In this age of cryptic SMS and impersonal emails, it's interesting to note the time and effort that has gone into... Read more