Del Quentin Wilbur spend most of the first have of the book trying to make Reagan seem like an American Diety. He bulids up his virtures, and goes as far to say the Cold War would not have been won without Reagan. However, once the details of what happen start to unfold, the book becomes much more fascinating. Wilbur still spends a lot of time making the events seem more like a dramatization of the events because he knows what people are thinking as they say specific lines.
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