Shareable link use the link below to share a full text version of this article with your friends and colleagues learn more. In the rebellion of ronald reagan james mann goes to pains to argue that ronald reagan was essentially a liberal during the end of the cold war and that it is a good thing he was as a result of reagans dovish policies in his second term mann argues gorbachev had the necessary space to pursue domestic reforms mann highlights the vociferous opposition reagan faced from his own party and conservative thinkers during his meetings with gorbachev and his desire to reduce and even eliminate nu. The rebellion of ronald reagan a history of the end of the cold war by james mann 2010 by joseph parrott ronald reagans presidential policies have irrevocably shaped the political debate over the last two decades. Mann one of the leading students of contemporary us foreign policy whose is the best study yet of the bush cheney foreign policy team has written an extraordinary account of ronald reagans approach to the soviet union that sheds considerable light on the end of the cold war the reagan mann shows the reader is as disengaged and as ideological as his critics have frequently charged yet time and again he overruled his advisers as he followed his own vision and intuition. The rebellion of ronald reagan a history of the end of the cold war author mann james format binding hardcover book condition used very good in very good dust jacket signed by author signature in blue but inscription is in the same hand in black ink on t p quantity available 1 edition first edition first printing stated binding
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