More of an autobiography of a speech writer who attempts to mirror his life experiences with those of Reagan. Some interesting points but not worth the read.
I have listened to other books about Reagan. This one follows the same theme. Those who worked for him and came to know him all came away with a deep sense of admiration. Well worth the listen.
I really enjoy this book, I was very young when Reagan was president. I wanted to find out a little more about President Reagan and now I want to find out even more.
I really enjoyed this book. It was well written and I believe I learn a lot from it.
The blind fanaticism that was all the rage in 1930's Germany finds its late 20th Century expression in this gushily drivel-icious love story between speech writer and president. Sickeningly saccharine in its toady-ism, this memoir is proudly blind to anything but the superficial. Many a world leader has had a comforting wink and smile, at least for the acceptable classes, and in return many have received paeans such as this. Add it to the pile.