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Greatest Communicator: What Ronald Reagan Taught Me About Politics, Leadership, and Life

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 19, 2008

    A truly uplifting and entertaining read!

    I'm an admitted Reaganite. But that being said, anyone would enjoy reading this book. It gives an intimate look into the leadership style and communication skills and philosophies of Ronald Reagan, a true leader and literally one of the Greatest Communicators of all time - especially in our time. I read this book over numerous sittings and it never failed to leave me feeling uplifted, refreshed and challenged to live up to the standards of Ronald Reagan. There was also drama 'his near assassination' a great deal of humor in the book 'the wit and wisdom of Reagan' and tears welled in my eyes reading about the painful long goodbye of those who knew the 40th president - his wife, his children, his former staff and friends - during his battle with Alzheimer's Disease. Again, a truly great read. Congratulations to the author 'Dick Werth' for writing such a great profile of such a great leader and communicator.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2005

    LEADERSHIP GENIUS OF PRESIDENT REAGAN

    THIS IS TRULY THE MOST AWSOME LITTLE BOOK ON PRESIDENT REAGAN THAT YOU EVER WILL READ. IT IS WRITTION BY DICK WIRTHLIN AND HE WAS THE GIPPERS CHIEF POLITICAL STRATEGIST. IN THIS LITTLE BOOK HE SHARES THE VALUABLE LESSONS HE LEARNED FROM HIS BOSS ON LEADERSHIP, POLITICS, AND LIFE. IT IS TRULY A WONDERFUL TRIBUTE TO ONE OF THIS NATIONS GREATEST PRESIDENTS. WHAT MAKES THIS BOOK SPECIAL IS YOU FEEL LIKE YOUR IN THE OVAL OFFICE WHEAN ALOT OF THESE IMPORTANT THINGS ARE BEING DECIDED ON. DICK WIRTHLIN WAS THERE RIGHT AT PRESIDENT REAGANS SIDE AND SO HE IS ABLE TO GIVE A SPECIAL INSIDERS ACCOUNT INTO SOME OF THE GREATEST EVENTS OF OUR TIME THAT PRESIDENT REAGAN WORKED FOR. THIS BOOK WOULD MAKE A GREAT GIFT FOR PARENTS TO GIVE TO THERE KIDS CAUSE IT SETS A GOOD EXAMPLE FOR GOOD AMERICAN VALUES AND ITS VERY HISTORICAL ALSO ITS EASY READING AND YOU CAN LEARN ALOT FROM IT. THIS IS TRULY A VERY REMARKABLE BOOK.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 21, 2004

    A Wonderful Read!

    I have always respected and admired President Reagan and after his death I wanted to find a book that gave me the true inside details into his life and presidency. 'The Greatest Communicator' did that and much more! It is beautifully written with wonderful untold personal anecdotes and warm memories. I really enjoyed it and I definitely recommend it to everyone.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 30, 2004

    Outstanding!

    Enjoyed reading about what made Reagan a great communicator and the strategy behind Reagan's communications. Also enjoyed the personal stories about Reagan I had not seen or read anywhere else.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 30, 2004

    Great Reagan Stories You've Never Heard -- Fun Read

    I love presidential politics, and I admire Reagan. This book was, by far, the most touching and insightful into the day-to-day decisions that Reagan made and why he made them. The author was obviously closely connected with Reagan before and after his years in the White House... and that closeness comes out in the detailed and intimate stories he shares about Reagan that I had never before heard or read in other books. It's a very fun read, and it tells a lot about the man who helped us win the Cold War. I hope you enjoy as much as I did.

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