Reagan's Finest Hour

April 1981
National Review;4/17/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p400
The article reflects on the behavior of U.S. President Ronald Reagan following an assassination attempt against him. It notes that Reagan's own behavior provided an exemplary metaphor for the U.S. government. It emphasizes the impact of the shooting incident on the whole nation. It outlines the legislative actions taken by Reagan concerning the economy after his surgery.


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