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    Biographer Lou Cannon on Writing

    Lou Cannon, President Ronald Reagan’s biographer, talked about his relationship with the former president and the challenges of writing books about a sitting president. CC-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles…

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    Life and Legacy of Ronald Reagan

    Panelists talked about the legacy of President Ronald Reagan. 2014 marked ten years since President Reagan’s death. Panelists included Reagan biographer Lou Cannon and former Reagan speech…

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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, involvement…

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    Lou Cannon Oral History Interview, Part 2

    California journalist and Ronald Reagan biographer Lou Cannon worked for the Washington Post from 1972 to 1998, covering many political campaigns and figures, including President Nixon. Mr.…

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    Lou Cannon Oral History Interview, Part 1

    Journalist Lou Cannon talked about covering the Nixon administration, getting to know Richard Nixon and covering his first campaigns, and the relationship between President Nixon and…

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    Ronald Reagan's Biography and Legacy

    After Tom Brokaw delivered a keynote address, he moderated a panel discussion on the life and legacy of President Ronald Reagan. “Biography and the Construction of Presidential Legacy” was…

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    Republican Politics

    David Keene opened the 35th Annual Meeting of the Conservative Political Action Conference held in the Omni Shoreham Hotel. Al Regnery acted as master of ceremonies. Lou and Carl Cannon are the…

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    Reagans Disciple

    Lou Cannon talked about the book he co-wrote, Reagan’s Disciple: George W. Bush’s Troubled Quest for a Presidential Legacy. He also talked about the presidential candidates comparing…

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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 stories of…

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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 Post, has followed…

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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: as that of communicator, leader,…

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    The Legacy of President Reagan

    The sixth hour of the 25th anniversary of viewer calls focused on the year 1985 and the Ronald Reagan presidency. Mr. Cannon talked about changes in the American political landscape as a result of the…

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    President Reagan and the Media

    Reagan and the Media Final plenary session - “The Great Communicator” Feldman’s paper was “Ronald Reagan and Machiavelli.” The Smith paper was “The Reagan Inaugural Speech.” Other…

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    Los Angeles Times Festival of Books Interviews

    Mr. Alpert was interviewed about the illustrated book Addicted to War. The book is a history of militarism in the U.S. published by an anti-war veterans group. Mr. Cannon talked about his…

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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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    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 of Happiness in…

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    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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    Reagan Miniseries

    In a live simulcast from Showtime, participants talked about a movie on President and Mrs. Reagan telecast the previous evening. The movie was originally made as a miniseries for the CBS…

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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 Mr. Reeves, author…

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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 is…

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