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Danielle Scott APUSH per1 060500 Ronald Reagon How does the Book compare with the movie Ronald Reagon was the United States 40th president Before getting into politics he was a b- grade actor Soon after he began to display a flair for politics as president of the screen actors gild when he helped purge communists and other suspected reds from the film industry The movie and the chapters on Ronald Reagon can compare greatly except the movie is completely biased It gives only one view into the world of Ronald Reagon while the book lets the reader view it from all sides The book and the movie both cover his childhood He grew up in a poor family with an alcoholic as a father He saw a way out of his family life through sports as well as acting He was very popular and his good looks and way with words got him his big break as a sports announcer for an Iowa radio station and various other Hollywood projects The movie and the book cover the same aspects of Reagons life Although the movie goes into it in greater detail the both cover his acting career They show that he was active in the actors gild as well as how the people viewed him when he decided to go into politics They also both talk about his abandon for New Dealish political views to a more conservative antigovernment line In my opinion the movie is completely biased It basically only shows the good parts of his character The movie has personal accounts from close friends of Ronald Reagon By showing all the good things there is no room to show anything bad that happened As the movies said Reagon is they type of man who sees only what he wants to see This is precisely why the Cold War renewed He also violated his vow to never negotiate with terrorists
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