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What is Ronald Reaganís Legacy?
Ronald Reaganís presidency began amid the Iran hostage crisis and economic turmoil. When he left in 1989, America was prosperous, and the Soviet Empire was in decline. But the intervening years were not without controversy and scandal. Who was Ronald Reagan, and what is the enduring legacy of his presidency?
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Assistant professor of history and political science at Carnegie Mellon University, research fellow at Stanfordís Hoover Institution, and coeditor of "Reagan: In his Own Hand"
Veteran journalist who covered Reagan for over twenty-five years and the author of "President Reagan: The Role of a Lifetime"
Former domestic and economic policy adviser to the Reagan White House, now senior fellow at the Hoover Institution and the author of "Revolution: The Reagan Legacy"
Originally Aired: 4/20/2000
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