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There is only one small problem with that: Bin Laden's (small) faction of the Arab fighters did not take aid from us (9).
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.
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 1 month 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 3 months ago by R M Greer
This book is a valuable antidote to the attempts by Republican propagandists to rewrite the history of the Reagan administration by claiming god-like status for a man who did a lot... Read morePublished 3 months ago by zen
Covers the unfair tax breaks & resulting economic strife and the poor & middle class, the wars with unions & Iran Contra coverups.Published 3 months ago by T. Jacobs
Being a Californian, I have an especially deep resentment of the fourth rate actor that lied his way from governor to even worst, if possible, president of these United States. Read morePublished 4 months ago by L. Boki
Reagan was a fraud. He increased the size of government, increased the federal deficit more than all his predecessors combined, and did not, repeat, not end the Cold War. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bioponic
It was a factual accounting of the events of that. It provided a balanced account of critique of the performance of presidents of both parties.Published 5 months ago by Edward B. Polite
Apparently Reagan is like the Bible. You can read almost anything into it. Yes, maybe he wasn't quite a bad as I thought, but still terrible.Published 7 months ago by beverly a full