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Sure, He Won the Cold War. But What Did the Gipper Really Accomplish Here at Home?


Today on Uncommon Knowledge, Steven Hayward, author of The Age of Reagan: The Conservative Counter Revolution 1980-1989. “The fundamental unity of Reagan’s statesmanship,” Hayward writes, “opens up for debate the question of whether Reagan’s domestic record is commensurate with his foreign achievements.”

Well, then. Is it?

Hayward replies.


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