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    Life Portrait of Ronald Reagan

    In the thirty-ninth in a series on American presidents, participants discussed the life and career of Ronald Reagan. Among the issues they discussed were his early film career,…

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    Ronald Reagan: Role of a Lifetime, Part 1

    Washington Post reporter Lou Cannon discussed his book, Ronald Reagan: The Role of a Lifetime, in which Mr. Cannon examined Reagan’s presidential roles from various perspectives:…

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    Ronald Reagan: Role of a Lifetime, Part 2

    Lou Cannon, author of Ronald Reagan: Role of a Lifetime, continued his discussion of the Reagan presidency from the previous week. Mr. Cannon, now a reporter for the Washington…

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    The Imperial Presidency

    Authors of books on modern U.S. Presidents discussed Chief Executives from Richard Nixon to George W. Bush in a forum titled “The Imperial Presidency.” Panelists included…

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    Book Discussion on Ronald Reagan

    Mr. Cannon discussed his book Ronald Reagan: A Presidential Portfolio, published by PublicAffairs. In it, he chronicles Ronald Reagan’s childhood in Dixon, Illinois, his…

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    Book Discussion on Governor Reagan: His Rise to Power

    Journalist and biographer Lou Cannon discussed his latest book on Ronald Reagan, titled Governor Reagan: His Rise to Power, and published by PublicAffairs. The book recounts the former…

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    Biography: Fact or Fiction?

    Mr. Cannon and Mr. Schama discussed their experiences writing biographies, placing special emphasis on the difficulty associated with separating fact from fiction. They also…

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    Book Discussion on Official Negligence

    Mr. Cannon talked about his new book, Official Negligence: How Rodney King and the Riots Changed Los Angeles and the L.A.P.D.. In the book, he concludes that political, police and…

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    Book Discussion on Ronald Reagan

    Mr. Cannon talked about his updated paperback biography: [President Reagan: The Role
    of a Lifetime]. It was published by Public Affairs Books. He also responded to viewer phone…

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    Author Interviews

    Father and son Lou and Carl Cannon were interviewed about their books. Lou wrote Governor Reagan: His Rise to Power, published by PublicAffairs. Carl is the author of The Pursuit…

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    Vietnam and the Presidency

    The forum participants discussed the costs and consequences of the Vietnam War, especially
    as it related to the office of the presidency. They also told stories of their involvement
    in…

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    Tour of Summerland, California

    Mr. Cannon spoke on the attractions of Summerland, California, where Governor Clinton and his family are spending Thanksgiving vacation. He spoke over scenes of the landscape of…

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    Presidential Power and the Media

    The panelists discussed the media and its coverage of politics as part of a two day seminar on the nature of presidential powers, national concerns and the state of the American political…

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    The Reagan Legacy: Before the White House

    As part of a symposium on the legacy of Ronald Reagan, the panelists discussed the former president’s years in Hollywood and his two terms as governor of California. They shared…

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    Broder Fourth Estate Award

    The National Press Club held its annual dinner to award its 1988 Fourth Estate Award. After sometimes humorous speeches by Lou Cannon, James Baker and Jack Germond, Mr. Roderick…

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    War and the Presidency

    The panelists talked about U.S. presidents who have been commander-in-chief in times of war and how they handled the responsibility. They also talked about how President George W. Bush…

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    How the Presidents Used the Press

    Panelists discussed how the relationship between five modern presidents and the press: Franklin Roosevelt, Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan. They…

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    Federal Deficit

    The guests discussed Presidents Reagan’s plan to cut federal deficit and responded to callers' questions.

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    Press Coverage and the Presidency

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