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The Washington TimesA revelation... Definitely worth reading for those who want to know how Ronald Reagan evolved into the 'Great Communicator' of political yore.
— A.G. Gancarski
About the Author:
Thomas W. Evans, a lawyer and avocational politician, has supervised a successful New Hampshire presidential primary and established a national citizens' campaign organization. A former adjunct professor of education and administration at Columbia University's Teachers College
— A.G. Gancarski
— Daniel Oppenheimer
— Joseph C. Goulden
— Jacob Heilbrunn
[The Education of Ronald Reagan]provides fresh revelations on Reagan's ideological development... a 'must' for any college level collection.
— Steven F. Hayward
— Emilie Raymond
— Newt Gingrich
— Ronald W. Schatz
An elegant history of Reagan's 'studies' with General Electric.
A revelation... Definitely worth reading for those who want to know how Ronald Reagan evolved into the 'Great Communicator' of political yore.
[The Education of Ronald Reagan] fills a hole in Reagan's biography.
Evans's book is essential reading... a reasoned exploration of the shaping of an extraordinary political career.
A better companion to [The Reagan Diaries].... By focusing on the decade or so when Reagan was a traveling spokesman for General Electric—a period that he began as a Democrat and ended as a Republican—Evans does a persuasive job of explaining where Reagan's political views came from.
The Education of Ronald Reagan admirably fills... [a] gap... One of the most illuminating books ever written about Reagan.
Evans is undoubtedly correct to home in on the G.E. years as the key period in Reagan's self education.
Evans provides useful insight into Reagan's GE years and calls attention to the influence of Boulware.
I recommend strongly that you get the (book).
An important work that ought to be read.
— John H. Fund
Posted February 11, 2010
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