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Reaganís Imagination, Part One of Two
President Ronald Reagan led America through one of the most remarkable periods in world history - the end of the cold war. He cut taxes, increased military spending, and aimed to shrink the size of government. He also presided over huge budget deficits, controversy over foreign affairs, and scandal. His critics say he was a disengaged president, whose role in ending communism and reviving a stagnant economy was accidental. Whatís the real story?
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journalist, editor, biographer, and author of íPresident Reagan: The Triumph of Imagination.í
Originally Aired: 2/16/2006
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