Ronald Reagan: A Bibliography by Allan MetzRonald Reagan: A Bibliography by Allan Metz

Ronald Reagan: A Bibliography

byAllan Metz

Hardcover | June 6, 2008

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Ronald Reagan changed the political landscape of the U.S. domestic scene. Under Reagan, the role of government became more limited, and it was scaled down from the liberal welfare state of the 1960s. A case also could be made that Reagan transformed foreign policy by questioning the legitimacy of the Soviet Union, calling it an "evil empire" whose continued existence was not inevitable. In the end, Reagan proved to be a transformational president having made a lasting impact on both domestic and foreign policy. Ronald Reagan's legacy is reflected in many of the citations contained in this new comprehensive bibliography, which encompasses his entire life, with an emphasis on his presidency. Areas covered include rhetoric, communication, interviews, and selected writings of Ronald Reagan; biographical publications; childhood and early years; Reagan's pre-presidential political career; the Reagan presidency (including contemporary assessments, the politics of the Reagan administration, institutions, domestic issues, foreign policy, defense/military issues, national security, the assassination attempt, constitutional and legal issues, and Iran-Contra); administration personnel; post-presidential years; Reagan's personal life; bibliographies, satire and humor, iconography, and fiction and poetry; and Reagan's legacy.
Allan Metz is an instructor for online education in the College of Graduate & Continuing Studies at Drury University. He is also a librarian and bibliographer.
Title:Ronald Reagan: A BibliographyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:576 pages, 9.35 × 6.53 × 1.59 inPublished:June 6, 2008Publisher:Scarecrow PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0810861186

ISBN - 13:9780810861183

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Editorial Reviews

Thoroughgoing, well plotted, and easy to use, this bibliography is recommended for American history collections.