The Corner

See You in Pasadena?

On September 11 I’ll be at the Reagan Library, but the final event on my book tour until then will take place tonight in Pasadena. At 7.00 Pacific Time, I’ll speak about How Ronald Reagan Changed My Life at Vroman’s Bookstore, a marvelous old Pasadena landmark. Vroman’s is located at 695 East Colorado Boulevard, and the telephone number is (626) 792-5320.

Corner readers, by all means march right up and introduce yourselves. And to those of you who attended events earlier in this book tour, my thanks. It was a high pleasure to meet you.

Peter Robinson — Peter M. Robinson is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution.

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