Introducing… Ronald Reagan Live! Listen to live radio broadcast recordings of former President Ronald Reagan at his political best. Spanning several historical decades, Reagan's 1,000+ radio deliveries offered commentary on the spectrum of domestic, national, and international events that occurred throughout his lifetime, both prior to and during his unprecedented three-term presidency.
This one-of-a-kind archive of Reagan speeches will walk you down a political memory lane including debates, inaugural speeches, State of the Union addresses, domestic legislation discourses, holiday homilies, security sermons, personal commentary, and much, much more, culminating in Reagan's Republican National Convention and radio farewell addresses. These historic speeches, are a must-hear, must-buy item for anyone interested in American history and American political greats. Masterfully delivered by a man who has become a legend in his own right, you will be swept away by the profound insights and philosophies encapsulated in the Ronald Reagan speeches.
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I miss having President Ronald Reagan as my President. He was a great leader and visionary who loved his Country and had the courage to beleive that we as a people could become Great. You don't manage a country. You Lead!
Even his routine speeches brought me to unexpected tears.
Each speech needs an introductory statement of its date, place and context.
Loved hearing the Great Communicator again!
Unfortunately, the publisher, ABN altered he & Nancy's anti-drug speech in chapter 12 to make it sound like they were pro-drug use.
This makes me wonder what other speeches or other books they have taken liberties with. If you have a book with ABN as the publisher, be warned.
Still loved how He loved America and reminded us how great it was.
Unfortunately, due to chapter 12, I fear, ABN may have added or cut things from the President's speeches.
Integrity to the text is paramount when converting works into an audio format.
ABN and their employees has abused this trust. I hope they will be forced to re-produce Chapter 12 in it's correct format.
Ronald Reagan made you believe in America.
This could have benefitted from editing and organizing and the dubbed speech on drugs should not have been included.
I felt like I was there.
Every speech they could find was there.
I have. I can see why they called him the great communicator.
It made me laugh plenty of times.
This book is very poorly put together. Long gaps between speeches, poor audio. This is not a professional production and my credit should be returned.
Very worth listening to, I only wish the speeches were in chronological order so that you would get the overall story of his presidency. Hard to put the pieces together when the timeline bounces all over the place.
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