Ronald Reagan by Dinesh D'Souza
Ronald Reagan, who was lucky in so many things, was perhaps luckiest of all in his enemies. From the beginning to the end of his remarkably successful political career, they never ceased to underestimate him.
About the Author
James Nuechterlein, a former professor of American studies and political thought at Valparaiso University, is a senior fellow of the Institute on Religion and Public Life.