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The deposed Chief of Staff charts his political rise and fall, offering a lively critique of the Reagan administration, particularly "Irangate" and the ensuing chaos for which many blamed Regan
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For the Record has been propelled to the best-seller list because Regan reveals the role that Nancy Reagan and her astrologer play in controlling the presidential agenda. However, those hoping to be titillated by lengthy exposes and gossip will be disappointed. Instead, the former secretary of treasury and presidential chief of staff thoughtfully and passionately recounts his six years as an operative in the Reagan Revolution, which ended when he was forced out during the Iran-Contra debacle. Despite criticizing the administration for pandering to the media, Regan gives the president high marks and admiration. While faulting many White House aides for lacking integrity, Regan does not indulge in the sophomoric attacks of Larry Speakes in Speaking Out ( LJ 6/15/88). An excellent complement to Martin Anderson's policy-oriented Revolution ( LJ 6/15/88), For the Record merits its wide readership.Karl Helicher, Wolfsohn Memorial Lib., King of Prussia, Pa.
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Book Description Harcourt, 1988. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0151639663
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