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Not according to the polling data I found (2).
The book will not likely convince anyone who believes the created Reagan story, the people who give the one-star ratings without ever reading the book.
"Tear Down This Myth" is an excellent review of the myth-making machine that attempts to make Ronald Reagan a great president.
Nice. Will Bunch connects the dots as well as anyone, showing how we got where we are, and why, who benefits from the myth-making around this child in a man's suit. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Stepan Spoonwalla
Bunch is a Bunch of, Will, B.S., to be honest. The title gives away Bunch's B.S. Bias. Bunch has reified his emotional ideology into a world that exists mainly in his own mind. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Marvelous Mal
A worthy read. The author is fair to President Reagan, it is the myths that has been built up around Mr. Read morePublished 3 months ago by perry man
I was a young man during the Reagan Administration. I remember it. So it was disconcerting and odd to begin to see Reagan hailed as a "great President" in later decades. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Basil Crofter
The only issue Bunch didn't address was Reagan's short-sighted cancellation of Carter's Synthetic Oil Initiative being researched by the Energy Research and Development... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jenifer B Watkins
Find out some of things that really happened in grandpa's presidency. This was worse than Camelot!Published 4 months ago by JohnF
Reagan-- ugh---------------- lest we forget. Why the right is deifying this guy is beyond me. I voted for him back in the day, and he had his moments, but he was not what you might... Read morePublished 7 months ago by C. Braden
An even told story of the making a flawed man who the likes of cheny, rumsfeld and rove became the man that never was. Read morePublished 9 months ago by R M Greer