Tear Down This Wall: The Reagan Revolution, A National Review History
is a unique and substantive tribute to Ronald Reagan, including his most trenchant speeches as President (“Evil Empire,” “Tear down this Wall,” remarks commemorating the fortieth anniversary of the Normandy Invasion, his farewell to the nation on leaving the Presidency); essential speeches delivered before holding the Office of President (“Rendezvous with Destiny”); all-but-impossible-to-find policy articles written by Reagan for National Review; and words of praise – old as well as new following Reagan’s death – from William F. Buckley Jr., Margaret Thatcher, Robert Bork, Paul Johnson, Edwin Meese III, Tom Wolfe, and others.
This handsome 200-plus page paperback is a must for Reagan fans. Published in 2004, Tear Down This Wall sold for $14.95, but you can have one of the 90 or so remaining copies (this book is now officially out of print) for just $12, which includes shipping (first-class mail) and handling. Order here.
UPDATE: The book has sold out.