Hazelton, Nika
December 1982
National Review;12/10/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 24, p1563
The article presents the author's experiences related to her discussion with U.S. First Lady Nancy Reagan. The conversation between the author and Reagan was on various topics that ranged from the commitment of Reagan towards drug prevention, her hobbies and her sincerity towards the community projects she pursues. The author also mentions about the personality and nature of Reagan and the way she carries herself. According to the author Reagan is a very polite, well-bread and reserved human being.


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