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The rebellion of Ronald Reagan

a history of the end of the Cold War

by Mann, Jim

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Published by Viking in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reagan, Ronald -- Political and social views,
  • Nixon, Richard M. -- 1913-1994 -- Influence,
  • Massie, Suzanne -- Influence,
  • Reagan, Ronald -- Oratory,
  • Cold War,
  • Political leadership -- United States -- Case studies,
  • Presidents -- United States -- Biography,
  • United States -- Foreign relations -- 1981-1989,
  • United States -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union,
  • Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJames Mann.
    GenreCase studies., Biography.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE877.2 .M36 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16973638M
    ISBN 109780670020546
    LC Control Number2008029029

    New Book Dissects Reagan's Role In The Cold War. March 9, • The Rebellion of Ronald Reagan details how Reagan's attitude toward the Soviet Union was transformed during the s. Author. The Rebellion of Ronald Reagan: A History of the End of the Cold War audiobook written by James Mann. Narrated by Alan Sklar. Get instant access to all your favorite books. No monthly commitment. Listen online or offline with Android, iOS, web, Chromecast, and Google Assistant. Try Google Play Audiobooks today!

      This problem of the "hidden Reagan" has bedeviled all who study him, but it is felt most acutely by those studying the end of the Cold War. As James Mann states in the introduction to The Rebellion of Ronald Reagan, there are at least two different views of Reagan's role in bringing an end to the struggle: one that Reagan " 'won' through confrontation and pugnacity," and the other that.   Press and Praise for The Rebellion of Ronald Reagan. Broadcast interviews with James Mann: The Aspen Institute May 6, MSNBC’s The Rachel Maddow Show The Paula Gordon Show, Atlanta NPR’s All Things Considered Web interview on New Books in History. More reviews: For a debate and series of reviews about The Rebellion of Ronald Reagan, see.

    In The Rebellion of Ronald Reagan, New York Times bestselling author James Mann directs his keen analysis to Ronald Reagan's role in ending the Cold War. Drawing on new interviews and previously unavailable documents, Mann offers a fresh and compelling narrative-a new history assessing what Reagan did, and did not do, to help bring America's four-decade conflict with the Soviet Union to a close.   The Rebellion of Ronald Reagan contains little, if any, rebellion by Ronald Reagan—except against the mindset of the Nixon/Kissinger view that the Cold War was a perpetual fact of American life. For this, Mann concludes with slightly backhanded credit: “By recognizing Gorbachev’s significance, when many others in the United States did not.


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James Mann attempts to get closer to that truth in his book The Rebellion of Ronald Reagan: A History of the End of the Cold War. The book examines Reagan’s foreign policy towards the Soviet Union. By contrast, The Rebellion of Ronald Reagan is a history book, written after the main character passed away, and based on archival work and oral history recollection.

But it is written with the style and alacrity of a media reportage, and it includes many of the skills and techniques that the author used in his previous s: A controversial look at Reagan’s role in ending the Cold War- from the author of The New York Times bestseller Rise of the Vulcans In his surprising new book, critically lauded author James Mann trains his keen analytical eye on Ronald Reagan and the Soviet Union, shedding new light on the hidden aspects of American foreign policy.

In the book he presents a history of Ronald Reagan’s role in the ending of the Cold War. Mann examines previously undisclosed correspondences between. In The Rebellion of Ronald Reagan, New York Times bestselling author James Mann directs his keen analysis to Ronald Reagan’s role in ending the Cold War.

Drawing on new interviews and previously unavailable documents, Mann. A controversial look at Reagan's role in ending the Cold War- from the author of "The New York Times" bestseller "Rise of the Vulcans" In his surprising new book, critically lauded author James Mann trains his keen analytical eye on Ronald Reagan and the Soviet Union, shedding new light on the hidden aspects of American foreign policy.5/5(5).

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THE REBELLION OF RONALD REAGAN A HISTORY OF THE END OF THE COLD WAR by James Mann ‧ RELEASE DATE: March 9, How Ronald Reagan confounded critics and baffled even his supporters to help end the Cold War.

Ronald Wilson Reagan was born on February 6,to parents Jack and Nelle Reagan in Tampico, Illinois. Reagan had one older brother, Neil.

His parents referred to him as "Dutch" growing up because his father claimed he looked like a fat little Dutchman. A controversial look at Reagan's role in ending the Cold War- from the author of The New York Times bestseller Rise of the Vulcans.

In his surprising new book, critically lauded author James Mann trains his keen analytical eye on Ronald Reagan and the Soviet Union, shedding new light on the hidden aspects of American foreign : Penguin Publishing Group. Book Description Penguin Books, Soft cover.

Condition: New. "The Rebellion of Ronald Reagan: A History of the End of the Cold War (Penguin Classics) (Paperback) Sorting through the competing mythologies about Reagan's role in the Cold War endgame, bestselling author James Mann provides controversial and definitive answers to one of the era's most baffling mysteries/5().

Publisher's Summary Drawing on new interviews and previously unavailable documents, James Mann offers a fresh and compelling narrative - a new history assessing what Ronald Reagan did and did not do to help bring America's four-decade conflict with the Soviet Union to a close.

New Book Dissects Reagan's Role In The Cold War The Rebellion of Ronald Reagan details how Reagan's attitude toward the Soviet Union was transformed during the s.

Author James Mann describes.This book finally answers the troubling questions about Reagan's actual role in the crumbling of Soviet power; and concludes that by recognising the significance of Gorbachev, Reagan helped bring the Cold War to a close From Wikipedia: "Ronald Wilson Reagan (February 6, June 5, ) was the 40th President of the United States ( ).Book Edition: First Edition.

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