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A professor of history offers an illuminating look at Reaganism as an American phenomenon. Schaller shows how Reagan created an illusion of national prosperity and global power when these were in fact declining, and he examines Reaganomics, the rise of political Christianity, the war on drugs, relations with the Soviet Union, and more. 8 halftones.
|1||The Man on Horseback||3|
|2||The Domestic Achievement 1981-1989||35|
|3||Rhetoric, Reality, and Results: The Reagan Years at Home||67|
|4||Prophets (Profits) of De-regulation||99|
|5||Tall in the Saddle: Reagan and the New Cold War||119|
|6||The Iran-Contra Affair and the "End" of the Cold War||149|