June 2004
New Republic;6/21/2004, Vol. 230 Issue 23, p8
Presents excerpts from articles and commentaries on former U.S. President Ronald Reagan that appeared in "The New Republic" between 1966 and 1991. Comment in the TRB column of the July 2, 1966 issue on an appearance by Reagan before the National Press Club; Argument by Sidney Blumenthal in the September 12, 1983 issue that, from his ideology, Reagan infers the truth of facts and the need for policies; Comment by Charles Krauthammer in the February 17, 1986 issue on Reagan's foreign policy; Argument in the TRB column of the December 22, 1986 issue that the Reagan administration's role in the Iran-Contra affair demonstrated its contempt for democracy; More.


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