Reagan's America: Innocents At Home

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Reagan's America: Innocents At Home

By Garry Wills
Doubleday, 1987
480 pp. $19.95

The best book yet by a profound student of the culture of the American presidency. Mr. Wills illuminates the symbiosis linking Middle American religion, the illusory reality of Hollywood, Ronald Reagan's career, and the meaning of his presidency. The book is consistently entertaining. The conclusions about American politics are disturbing.

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