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Ronald Reagan and the American Presidency By David Mervin

Ronald Reagan and the American Presidency
by David Mervin

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Examining the presidency of Ronald Reagan, this book attempts to place his time in power within the context of American politics. Failure and achievement in foreign policy and tax reform are just a few of the many subjects covered in this analysis of his time in office.
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Ronald Reagan and the American Presidency by David Mervin

This is a new study and provides an examination of the American presidency centred on Ronald Reagan's tenure of office. The popular image of Ronald Reagan is one of an unintelligent, bumbling, retired B-movie act. This stereotype is challenged in this analysis, which argues that Reagan was not only one of the most popular of the post-war presidents but also one of the most effective in achieving key policy objectives in the economy and defence. It argues that under Reagan's leadership the presidency was revitalized and the fortunes of the Republican Party improved dramatically; and that there were major changes of direction in both domestic and foreign policy during his years in office. It also maintains that placed in the appropriate systemic and historical context, Reagan emerges as one of the most successful and important presidents of the 20th century.

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Table of Contents


The limits on presidential power; the imperilling of the presidency; a presidential candidate for the 1980s; changing in terms of the debate; tax reform and the Bork nomination; failure and achievement in foreign policy; presidential leadership; the Reagan legacy.

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GOR002634038
Ronald Reagan and the American Presidency by David Mervin
David Mervin
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Pearson Education Limited
1990-05-21
248
0582034930
9780582034938
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