Ron Reagan on His Father’s Life and Legacy

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Ron Reagan gives an intimate account of life with his father, Ronald Reagan, one of the most popular presidents in American history. In My Father at 100, he traces the sources of his father’s political values and offers a portrait of the man who became president, and his country.


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Comments [2]

Gary from Long Island

It is always great to hear from you. I loved your role on MSNBC. You are always so rational and pleasant, something that is missing from the general debate today. Good luck; we hope to see more of you on the air.

Jan. 18 2011 01:59 PM
Amy from Manhattan

What bothered me about Ronald Reagan's statement that he wanted to get big government off the backs of the people, my reaction was that I wanted government to get big business off the backs of the people...but Reagan seemed to think big business *was* the people. Now Reagan's position has evolved into an attitude that "the free market can fix everything" on the part of the far right, even when we see how the results hurt the people.

Jan. 18 2011 01:54 PM

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