Former President Reagan,
both hailed and vilified as one of the preeminent leaders of the conservative
movement in the 20th century, died on June 5, 2004, at his home in California
at the age of 93 from complications related to Alzheimer's disease.
the time Reagan became the United States' 40th president, he had journeyed a long
way from his birthplace in the small Illinois town of Tampico.
Cannon, a former Washington Post reporter and author of "President
Reagan: The Role of a Lifetime," discusses Reagan's final months as president
and his post-presidential struggle with Alzheimer's disease.
Morris defends his use of fact and fiction in his long-awaited biography
about President Reagan.
D'Souza, who served as senior policy analyst in the Reagan White House
between 1987 and 1988, discusses his book.