Book Reviews of What I Saw at the Revolution: A Political Life in the Reagan Era (G K Hall Large Print Book Series)

What I Saw at the Revolution A Political Life in the Reagan Era - G K Hall Large Print Book Series
Author: Peggy Noonan
ISBN-13: 9780816150472
ISBN-10: 0816150478
Publication Date: 12/1990
Pages: 509
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Publisher: G. K. Hall Company
Book Type: Hardcover
Large Print: Yes
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An interesting, enjoyable read about the author's experiences as a speechwriter in the Reagan White House. Ms. Noonan is a gifted, eloquent writer with a fascinating story to tell. If you have any interest in politics or President Reagan, I highly recommend it.
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this is the imaginative speechwriter who coined the "thousand points of light" that put a president in the world spotlight & designated the speech as one of the best ever written. this white house staffer gives eyewitness accounts of life behind the scenes & dealing with the president's wife when everyone in the whitehouse hides out from her.