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Dutch A Memoir of Ronald Reagan The task of writing a biography on a President of the United States was never said to be an easy one In fact if one would ask writer Edmund Morris he would tell how hard it is first hand For some individuals it would be an honor of a lifetime for others it would be too strenuous of a task but for Edmund Morris it would be a pleasure Edmund is known as an excellent writer but even for him this job is tough If he just talks about boring old Reagan as a president it would not be interesting enough So now he must take a different approach What is he going to do As the book Dutch A Memoir of Ronald Reagan was released just a couple of days ago there were many who were excited to get it Edmund Morris the author was asked personally by Ronald Reagan to write his biography Morriss job was to get behind the scenes of the president and tell people the truth about Ronald Reagan So it would be as thorough as possible Morris was given special access to all of Reagans personal files Morris worked hard researching and interviewing many people in Reagans past and in his present life He was doing everything he could to make sure to get all of the information After the heavy anticipation of the release of this book Morris was criticized by a number of journalists and news people Morris inserted himself in as a fictional character throughout the saga of Reagans life from childhood to president All my innovator does is fulfill the role of spectator and auditor of Ronald Reagans lifelong world changing performance Morris said Some of the statements that Morris wrote in the biography have been denied by the sources Some journalists said that he changed the quotes to make the book more interesting so it
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