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by Edmund Lindop

eBook Nixon/Carter/Reagan (Presidents Who Dared) download ISBN: 0805034056
Author: Edmund Lindop
Publisher: 21st Century; 1st ed edition (December 9, 1997)
Language: English
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Category: Teenager
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Nixon/Carter/Reagan book. Chronicles the lives of presidents Nixon, Carter, and Reagan and points out daring measures each took while in office.

Nixon, Richard M. 1913- - Juvenile literature. Carter, Jimmy, 1924- - Juvenile literature. Reagan, Ronald - Juvenile literature. Nixon, Richard M. 1913-, Carter, Jimmy, 1924-, Reagan, Ronald. Presidents - United States - Biography - Juvenile literature. United States - Politics and government - 1945-1989 - Juvenile literature. United States - Politics. and government - 1945-1989. Twenty-First Century Books.

The presidency of Ronald Reagan began at noon EST on January 20, 1981, when Ronald Reagan was inaugurated as the 40th President of the United States, and ended on January 20, 1989. Reagan, a Republican from California, took office following a landslide victory over Democratic incumbent President Jimmy Carter in the 1980 presidential election. Reagan was succeeded by his Vice President, George H. W. Bush, who won the 1988 presidential election with Reagan's support.

Chronicles the lives of presidents Nixon, Carter, and Reagan and points out daring measures each took while in office.

Nixon's term for those who were against riots. Carter returns the Panama canal to Panama. Improved . image with latin america. Blue collard workers that usually tended to vote republican. Nixons re-election plan to take southern states and flip them to republicans. Nixon's foreign policy. Maintaining own strength rather than moral principles. Soviet invasion of afghanistan, iran hostige crisis, camp david accords. Slowly began to show up in office with ronald reagan.

The book, delightfully titled, "Playing President: My Close Encounters with Nixon . Ronald Reagan knew just how to turn his head toward the camera

The book, delightfully titled, "Playing President: My Close Encounters with Nixon, Carter, Bush I, Reagan, and Clinton-and How They Did Not Prepare Me for George W. Bush" provides a real "fair and balanced" examination of recent presidential politics. But it also provides an incisive critique of our selection process. Ronald Reagan knew just how to turn his head toward the camera. He was good at playing. Scheer documents how Reagan came alive on stage, so that even when he is spouting complete nonsense his audience wants to believe him.

Reagan’s critics observed that his policies largely helped people who were already wealthy.

He tried to establish a feeling of confidence in the American people. Although not everyone profited equally from his policies, the president rarely suffered in public opinion polls. Reagan’s critics observed that his policies largely helped people who were already wealthy. The divide between rich and middle-class Americans increased during Reagan’s presidency. And Reagan did not reduce government spending in all areas.

President Nixon was obsessed with the film Patton during the Vietnam Wa.

President Nixon was obsessed with the film Patton during the Vietnam War. President Reagan urged Congress to take computer security seriously after seeing War Games in 1983. Reagan, famously a film actor himself, watched all sorts movies, though his list shows a certain preference for military-themed spectacles like Gallipoli, Inchon, Das Boot, Firefox, Red Dawn, Iron Eagle, and Top Gun, as well as sports pictures like Breaking Away, The Winning Team, and even Knute Rockne, All American, in which he himself portrayed football player George Gipp, a role that. anointed him with the nickname that would stick until the end.

Chronicles the lives of presidents Nixon, Carter, and Reagan and points out daring measures each took while in office.