THE AGE OF REAGAN

1974–2008

Paperback

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Order Code: HR139    ISBN : 9780060744816
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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.

Historian Sean Wilentz argues that for 35 years U.S. political history was defined by the new politics of conservatism brokered by its major powerhorse, Ronald Reagan. Following an analysis of Reagan’s presidency, Wilentz concludes that Reagan not only transformed the stage of geopolitics but also the American judiciary and government bureaucracy, while lifting the hearts of Americans who lived through Vietnam and the Carter years.

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This title is part of the series: AP* U.S. HISTORY LIBRARY

Copyright

2008

Publisher

HarperPerennial

Pages

608

Grade

10 and up

ISBN

9780060744816