The Encyclopedia of President Ronald Reagan: Volume Four

The Encyclopedia of President Ronald Reagan: Volume Four

by Malcolm Kushner, N.R. Mitgang

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Overview

Volume Four of Four


The Encyclopedia of President Ronald Reagan


The single most comprehensive source of information on President Ronald Reagan.


Perfect for every school and library, and great for Reagan enthusiasts. Equivalent to over 1,100 pages.


The Encyclopedia of President Ronald Reagan includes:


TABLE OF CONTENTS (appears in all volumes)


INTRODUCTION (appears in all volumes)


ABOUT THE AUTHORS: (appears in all volumes)


THE REAGAN PRESIDENCY: (appears in all volumes)


CHRONOLOGICAL SKETCH OF RONALD REAGAN (appears in all volumes)


FAMOUS QUOTES (by President Reagan): (appears in volume one)


THE HUMOR THAT SHAPED AMERICA (appears in volume one)


President Ronald Reagan's best witticisms and humor, now preserved for posterity: nearly every quip, joke and anecdote told by the President during his two terms.


MAJOR SPEECHES


The full text of 99 speeches -- as suggested by The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.


(Speeches part one appears in volume two)


(Speeches part two appears in volume three)


PHOTOGRAPHS (appears in volume four)


350 photos with captions -- as suggested by The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781500770693
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/01/2014
Series: Encyclopedia of President Ronald Reagan , #4
Pages: 386
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

N.R. Mitgang is the former Director of Electronic Publishing and Computer Services for Facts On File Publishers, Inc. (New York). As Director, he created the award-winning CD-ROMs "Facts On File News Digest" and "The American Indian: A Multimedia Encyclopedia." "The American Indian" was the first electronic information system available to researchers at the National Archives, Washington, D.C.

Mitgang has more than 50 years of multimedia experience in television, radio, stage, film, books and all forms of electronic publishing. His experience includes work as an acquisitions editor for Grosset & Dunlap, author's agent and author. His writing credits include: co-author, "Mr. Bojangles" (William Morrow Publishers, 1988); co-writer, "I Knew the Man Bojangles" (WNBC-TV, New York, 1989); playwright / lyricist, "Bojangles" (The AMAS Repertory Theatre, New York, 1976); co-author, "The Mirror Lied: One woman's 25-year struggle with bulimia, anorexia, diet pill addiction, laxative abuse and cutting;" author, "Bethann: Love creates a will to survive." He has also served as a consultant or historical contributor to The Smithsonian Institution, New York City Archives and The National Archives.

Malcolm Kushner, "America's Favorite Humor Consultant," is an internationally acclaimed expert on humor and communication. Since 1982, he has trained thousands of managers, executives and professionals how to gain a competitive edge with humor. His clients include IBM, Bank of America, Aetna, Infosys, American Bar Association and American Medical Association.

Kushner is the author of "The Light Touch: How to Use Humor for Business Success" (Simon & Schuster), "Public Speaking For Dummies" (Wiley Books) and "Presentations For Dummies" (Wiley Books) which has sold over 100,000 copies.
Frequently interviewed by the media, he has been profiled in "Time Magazine," "USA Today," "The New York Times," "The Washington Post" and numerous other publications. His television and radio appearances include CNN, National Public Radio, CNBC, "Voice of America" and "The Larry King Show." "The Wall Street Journal "has called him "irrepressible." And his annual "Cost of Laughing Index" appears in print and electronic media around the world.

Kushner holds an M.A. in Communication from the University of Southern California and a J.D. from the University of California Hastings, College of the Law. Prior to becoming a humor consultant, he practiced law with a major San Francisco law firm.

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