Craig Shirley



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December 1941: The Month Th...

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Rendezvous with Destiny: Ro...

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Reagan's Revolution: The Un...

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Mary Ball Washington: The U...

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Reagan Rising: The Decisive...

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Last Act: The Final Years a...

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Citizen Newt: The Making of...

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“After 1619—when Great Britain entered into the slave trade—some ten million African slaves were shipped to North America and South America, all the way down to Brazil. “In Virginia, during the 1680s, there were still only 3,000 slaves in a population of 70,000, but by 1756 they numbered over 100,000, about 40 percent of the population,” wrote historian James Ferguson.”
Craig Shirley, Mary Ball Washington: The Untold Story of George Washington's Mother

“The funeral of Andrew Jackson at the Hermitage was flawed when his pet parrot had to be removed because it kept squawking out the profanity Jackson had taught the foul fowl.20”
Craig Shirley, Last Act: The Final Years and Emerging Legacy of Ronald Reagan

“While Reagan was often criticized by liberals and conservatives alike for quoting John Kennedy, he once received a letter from son John Kennedy, Jr., praising Reagan’s use of his father’s words and urging him to keep on quoting President Kennedy.26 In 1980, nearly all the extended Kennedy family had voted for Reagan rather than Jimmy Carter.”
Craig Shirley, Last Act: The Final Years and Emerging Legacy of Ronald Reagan



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