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Somewhere at sometime a philosopher once said The world is divided into two kinds of people those who are skeptical of others until the others prove themselves and those who assume that other people are good and decent unless proven otherwise Ronald Reagan was one of those people who assumed that other people are good and decent until otherwise proven However if a person was to ask another about Ronald Reagan they would give you another answer more than likely Some would say that he was an actor and didnt know a thing about politics others would say that he believed in what he did and did what he felt needed to be done to improve a situation Some would say that he lived for others and put himself last as long as those he cared for were well Ronald Dutch Reagan is an elite kind of person that believed in perseverance and hard work and doing what had to be done even if it meant a low approval rating Review of Sources Davis 1995 Edwards 1987 and Meese 1992 shared the same thoughts on the life of Reagan There is a since of flow throughout the books and the talk of his growing up and experiences They deal with him growing up going to school and Hollywood Edwards did an outstanding job with her book and kept directly to what she said she was going to talk about Davis and Meese were more of a tribute to Reagan but they seemed to stick with the main points Reagan 1990 is giving is first hand experiences to the reader and does a very good job at it He makes you feel as though you were there and part of what he was doing and going through I enjoyed the book so much that I called his library in Simi Valley California and bought a copy for myself Evans 1988 and Lowe 1989 gave good supporting
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