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by Paul Kengor,Ryan J. Barrilleaux,Andrew E. Busch,Jeff Chidester,Gary L. Gregg II,Wynton C. Hall,Christopher Kelley,Stephen F. Knott,Michael Nelson,Jack Rossotti,Mark J. Rozell,Matthew Sitman,Mitch Sollenberger,Elizabeth Edwards Spaulding,Shirley Anne Warshaw,Peter Schweizer

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Author:
Paul Kengor,Ryan J. Barrilleaux,Andrew E. Busch,Jeff Chidester,Gary L. Gregg II,Wynton C. Hall,Christopher Kelley,Stephen F. Knott,Michael Nelson,Jack Rossotti,Mark J. Rozell,Matthew Sitman,Mitch Sollenberger,Elizabeth Edwards Spaulding,Shirley Anne Warshaw,Peter Schweizer
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978-0742534148
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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (April 29, 2005)
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The Reagan Presidency book. Kengor has focused much of his work on Ronald Reagan, faith and the presidency, conservative politics, the Cold War, the communist movement, and Catholicism. Books by Paul Kengor.

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The Reagan Presidency: Assessing the Man and His Legacy Apr 29, 2005

The Reagan Presidency: Assessing the Man and His Legacy Apr 29, 2005.

The Reagan Presidency: Assessing The Man And His Legacy. While some laud Ronald Reagan as the president who won the Cold War, restored morale, and encouraged economic growth, others criticize him for record national debt and label him as a detached chief executive.

Paul Kengor, Peter Schweizer

Paul Kengor, Peter Schweizer. Through critical analysis, these essays seek a better understanding of Ronald Reagan, his policies, and his lasting legacy.

Paul G. Kengor (born 1966) is an author and professor of political science . The Reagan Presidency: Assessing the Man and His Legacy, with Peter Schweizer, et al. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2005. Kengor (born 1966) is an author and professor of political science at Grove City College. He is executive director of The Center for Vision & Values, a Grove City College think-tank/policy center. He is also a visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace at Stanford University. Kengor received his master's degree from the American University School of International Service and his doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public and International Affairs.

PAUL KENGOR, PhD, is the author of the New York Times Extended List bestseller God and Ronald Reagan . The Vice President’s Role in Foreign Policy The Reagan Presidency: Assessing the Man and His Legacy (with Peter Schweizer). Jacket design by Tony Colletti.

PAUL KENGOR, PhD, is the author of the New York Times Extended List bestseller God and Ronald Reagan and God and George W. Bush. A professor of political science and director of the Center for Vision and Values at Grove City College, he lives with his wife and four children in Grove City, Pennsylvania. Visit ww. uthorTracker. God and Ronald Reagan: A Spiritual Life.

Kengor is a frequent contributor to public affairs programs on radio and . ISBN 978-0-67-496769-4.

Kengor is a frequent contributor to public affairs programs on radio and television. ISBN 978-0-74-253415-5. Takedown: From Communists to Progressives, How the Left Has Sabotaged Family and Marriage.

Gregg, Gary L. II, and Mark J. Rozell. Chicago, IL: Marcel Dekker. Herek, Gregory M., Irving L. Janis, and Paul Huth

Gregg, Gary L. 2004 ) Considering the Bush Presidency. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2005 ) Foreign Policy Advising: Models and Mysteries From the Bush Administra- tion. Janis, and Paul Huth. 1987 ) Decision Making During Interna- tional Crises: Is Quality of Process Related to Outcome? The Journal of Conflict Resolution 31(2):203–226. Hermann, Margaret G., and Thomas Preston. 1994 ) Presidents, Advisors and Foreign Policy: The Effect of Leadership Style on Executive Arrangements.

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While some laud Ronald Reagan as the president who won the Cold War, restored morale, and encouraged economic growth, others criticize him for record national debt and label him as a detached chief executive. Since he left office in 1989, both scholars and the public have intensely debated what the Reagan years meant for the United States and the world. In this important new volume, editors Paul Kengor and Peter Schweizer bring together original essays from leading scholars who examine topics as varied as Iran Contra, abortion, the Cold War, governmental management, and economic policy. Through critical analysis, these essays seek a better understanding of Ronald Reagan, his policies, and his lasting legacy. This balanced and accessible book is ideal for everyone interested in the American presidency, American Government, and U.S. political theory.