Steven F. Hayward



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The Age of Reagan: The Fall...

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The Age of Reagan: The Cons...

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The Politically Incorrect G...

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Churchill on Leadership: Ex...

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Greatness: Reagan, Churchil...

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The Real Jimmy Carter: How ...

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Mere Environmentalism: A Bi...

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Patriotism Is Not Enough: H...

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The Politically Incorrect G...

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2011 Almanac of Environment...

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“The friction began at this first meeting. O’Neill was not initially impressed with Reagan and said to him, “You’ve been a governor of a state, but a governor plays in the minor leagues. You’re in the big leagues now.” (O’Neill had said the same thing to Jimmy Carter four years before.) Reagan replied, “Oh, you know, no problem there.” Despite the genial response, O’Neill’s comment represented the very kind of Washington haughtiness that set Reagan’s teeth on edge. Aides to the president-elect were incensed.”
Steven F. Hayward, The Age of Reagan: The Conservative Counterrevolution: 1980-1989

“Reagan liked to quip about détente: “Détente—isn’t that what a farmer has with his turkey—until Thanksgiving Day?”
Steven F. Hayward, The Age of Reagan: The Conservative Counterrevolution: 1980-1989

“One of the quips Reagan scribbled on a notepad after waking up after surgery was Winston Churchill’s famous line from his autobiography My Early Life that “there is no more exhilarating feeling than being shot at without result.”
Steven F. Hayward, The Age of Reagan: The Conservative Counterrevolution: 1980-1989



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