Ronald Reagan was a prolific letter writer his entire life and his letters reveal a hidden life as a writer of power, grace, and astonishing productivity. They also reveal a man who treasured his friends, took his critics head-on, and loved his family deeply. Now, in what may be the most important collection of Reagan's writings yet, the editors draw from exclusive access to Reagan's complete collection of letters, numbering in the tens of thousands, to show that he was one of the last century's greatest correspondents as well. From his youthful days of financial struggle, through the Hollywood years, his two terms as California governor, and to the extraordinary two-term presidency, Reagan never stopped writing friends, family, supporters, and even opponents. This definitive collection is skilfully edited and annotated by Kiron K. Skinner, Annelise Anderson, and Martin Anderson, and it will be must reading for anyone interested in America's 40th president and the times in which he lived.
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Author Biography - Kiron K. Skinner
Kiron Skinner is an assistant professor of history and political science at Carnegie Mellon University. Her articles have appeared in the Wall Street Journal. Annelise Anderson was an advisor to Ronald Reagan's 1980 presidential campaign and associate director of the Budget Office, 1981-1983. Martin Anderson served as a special assistant under Richard Nixon and as chief domestic and economic policy adviser to Ronald Reagan.