Book Review: Right Turn - American Life in the Reagan-Bush Era, 1980-1992 by Michael Schallercategories: Book, Politics. History, Political Science, Ronald Reagan, Bush Administration, White House, 1980s, American life, Conservative Ideas, Conservatism
Author: Michael Schaller
Publisher: Oxford University Press
A Glimpse Into the Mind of ConservatismThough this book was very interesting and gave a huge glimpse into the mind and life of Ronald Reagan; I couldn't help but feel that there was something missing. The fact that the role of conservatism was so important to how the Reagan Administration went. I don't know... I liked the book however I was very confused with it and am not sure how to evaluate it. Overall it was good but I feel that it could have been better.
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