The Faith of Ronald Reagan
By Mary Beth Brown
I was listening to the music of The Police, Phil Collins and was looking forward to that week’s show of “Greatest American Hero” the day President Ronald Reagan had an attempted assignation on his life. It was shocking, I remember watching the news, but I was a junior in high school, politics was not something that intrigued me. Fast forward a few years, I was in the Air Force and now Ronald Reagan was now my Commander in Chief! I hung on his every word!
The Faith of Ronald Reagan jumped out to me to read. I admit I have read many books on this man. I wanted to hear more of the spiritual side to this great leader. Sadly, this book was not to compelling to read. Mary Beth Brown compiled a nice book, in my opinion, this was more of a conglomerate of the numerous and previously released books about Mr. Reagan. To be fair, if you had not read other books about Mr. Reagan, this is a good condensed digest to learn about him. It is a quick read and gives a nice perspective from those around him during his life.
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