5 edition of The age of Reagan. found in the catalog.
The age of Reagan.
Steven F. Hayward
Includes bibliographical references (p. 707-716) and index.
|Other titles||Conservative counterrevolution, 1980-1989|
|Statement||Steven F. Hayward.|
|LC Classifications||E876 .H39 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 753 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||753|
|LC Control Number||2009455552|
Ronald Reagan meets with the New York Giants football team after their Super Bowl XXI victory, Febru (Ronald Reagan Presidential Library) . In The Age of Reagan, Sean Wilentz offers a fresh, brilliant chronicle of America's political history since the fall of Nixon. The past thirty-five years have marked an era of conservatism. Although briefly interrupted in the late s and temporarily.
A single book cannot capture Ronald Reagan's life-Reagan himself wrote his autobiography twice. Yet with all the books available about Reagan . This book is called "The Age of Reagan", which makes it sound like it's mainly about Ronald Reagan, and probably explains all the disappointed reviews here. Actually, a more accurate title would be "The Political History of the U.S. ".Cited by:
Steven F. Hayward’s “Age of Reagan: The Conservative Counterrevolution, ” may not shake up this Reagan-worshiping complacency — but it should. Sean Wilentz, professor of history at Princeton University, is the author most recently of The Age of Reagan (). He was interviewed by email. Part .
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The book clearly comes from a leftist perspective, and like most journalist histories, Wilentz is not in the archives looking at primary sources/5.
Praise for Steven F. Hayward’s The Age of Reagan: The Fall of the Old Liberal Order, — “Grand and fascinating history The Age of Reagan goes far towards making the definitive historical case for Reagan’s greatness.” —National Review “Reads at times like a grand historical drama, a kind of War and Peace of the American century, complete with romance Cited The age of Reagan.
book Ronald Wilson Reagan was born on February 6,in an apartment on the second floor of a commercial building in Tampico, was the younger son of Nelle Clyde (née Wilson; –) and Jack Reagan (–).
Jack was a salesman and storyteller whose grandparents were Irish Catholic emigrants from County Tipperary, while Nelle was of English, Lieutenant: Robert Finch, Edwin Reinecke, John. Published inThe Age of Reagan: The Fall of the Old Liberal Order () is the first book in a two-volume series authored by Steven Hayward.
Currently a senior resident scholar at UC Berkeley, Hayward was previously a Fellow at Ashland Universitys Ashbrook Center and a Ronald Reagan Distinguished Visiting Professor at Pepperdine /5. Published in“The Age of Reagan: The Conservative Counterrevolution ()” is the second book in a two-volume series authored by Steven Hayward.
Currently a senior resident scholar at UC Berkeley, Hayward was previously a Fellow at Ashland University’s Ashbrook Center and a Ronald Reagan Distinguished Visiting Professor at Pepperdine University.
Yet in “The Age of Reagan” a smart and accessible overview of the long shadow cast by our 40th president Wilentz largely abandons partisanship in favor of professionalism. THE AGE OF REAGAN. A History, by Sean Wilentz.
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HAYWARD is the author of The Age of Reagan: The Fall of the Old Liberal Order, —, the first of two volumes on Ronald Reagan and his political has also written Greatness: Reagan, Churchill, and the Making of Extraordinary Leaders; The Real Jimmy Carter; and Churchill on is an F.
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Praise. Praise for Steven F. Hayward’s The Age of Reagan: The Fall of the Old Liberal Order, — “Grand and fascinating history The Age of Reagan goes far towards making the definitive historical case for Reagan’s greatness.” —National Review “Reads at times like a grand historical drama, a kind of War and Peace of the American century, complete with romance.
Vivid, authoritative, and illuminating from start to finish, The Age of Reagan is a groundbreaking chronicle of America's political history since the fall of Nixon.
+ Read more ISBN: Ronald Reagan remains at the center of the literature on contemporary politics, with works such as “The Age of Reagan” (the title of more than one book) describing Reaganism as the prime. The Age of Reagan brings to life the tumultuous decade and a half that preceded Ronald Reagan’s ascent to the White House.
Drawing on scores of interviews and years of research, Steven F. Hayward takes us on an engrossing journey through the most politically divisive years the United States has had to endure since the decade before the Civil War.5/5(3). The Age of Reagan: The Conservative Counterrevolution: User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.
Hayward (American Enterprise Inst.; The Age of Reagan, ) has modeled his work about one of his heroes on Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.'s landmark work about one of Reagan's heroes, The Age of. The Age of Reagan. The Reagan Revolution of the s sought to change Americans’ attitudes toward their country, their government, and the world, as the United States emerged from the s.
Ronald Reagan entered the White House in January promising to restore Americans’ faith in their nation and themselves, to shrink “Big. The Age of Reagan. Sean Wilentz. The Age of Reagan: A History, New York: Harper Collins, pp ISBN: Summary.
The Age of Reagan by Sean Wilentz argues that Ronald Reagan’s two terms in the White House were the defining years of period He argues that everything before Reagan’s election was a lead up and everything.
2 THE AGE OF REAGAN - The Conservative Counterrevolution, - Steve Hayward: As Mitch mentioned, this is actually volume two, although, it’s a stand-alone book. It’s not like Lord of the don’t have to read the first volume, The Age of Reagan: The Fall of the Old Liberal Order, to appreciate is.
Reagan, of course, actually accomplished a great deal of what Nixon gets the credit (or discredit) for accomplishing. Take the so-called Southern strategy, which originated with. The Age of Reagan brings to life the tumultuous decade and a half that preceded Ronald Reagan's ascent to the White House.
Drawing on scores of interviews and years of research, Steven F. Hayward takes us on an engrossing journey through the most politically divisive years the United States has had to endure since the decade before the Civil War.
Inat the age of sixty-nine years, Reagan became the oldest man to ever be elected President of the United States. Reagan's presidency started off with a bang when John Hinckley shot the President on Ma Strangely, Hinckley shot Reagan not to make a political statement, but to impress young actress Jodie Foster.Danner’s book, with its highly clinical and very specific, very factual, presentation, brings home the horror of this episode very vividly.
One thing that comes up in your own book is that Reagan was quite racist. This book you’re recommending is about the horrible things going on with the support of the US in Central America.
This is the second volume of historian Steven Hayward’s voluminous biography of Ronald Reagan. As with any modern, widely documented life, “voluminous” does not mean “comprehensive”—there is no such thing, and Reagan in particular is the type of man who, when writing about, the biographer must select his facts and weave them into a coherent whole that .