Ronald Reagan and Communcation
This was part of a conference hosted by the Young America’s Foundation to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Reagan’s “Time for Choosing” speech, and explore the next generation of conservatism.
Panelists talked about President Reagan’s skill as a communicator and how it contributed to his presidency. They spoke about his life before politics as an actor and spokesman for General Electric, and how these experiences influenced his life in public office.
This was part of a conference hosted by the Young America’s Foundation to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Reagan’s “Time for Choosing” speech, and explore the next generation of conservatism. close
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Ainsley Earhardt Co-Host FOX News Channel->FOX and Friends First
David A. Keene Editor Washington Times->Opinion
Lars Larson Talk Show Host KXL-AM Radio, Portland->Lars Larson Show
Ashley Pratte Spokesperson Young America's Foundation
James Rosen Senior Correspondent FOX News Channel
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