Ronnie and Nancy: Their Path to the White House--1911 to 1980

Ronnie and Nancy Their Path to the White House to Six years in the making with unprecedented access to Nancy Reagan and the couple s closest friends here is the first volume in the definitive portrait of the remarkable career building partnership be

  • Title: Ronnie and Nancy: Their Path to the White House--1911 to 1980
  • Author: Bob Colacello
  • ISBN: 9780446532723
  • Page: 389
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Six years in the making with unprecedented access to Nancy Reagan and the couple s closest friends here is the first volume in the definitive portrait of the remarkable, career building partnership between Ronald Reagan and Nancy Davis 16 page photo insert.

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    1. At some point I may go back and read the rest of this book but after 100 pages, I gave up It was like reading a genealogy book on the Reagan and Davis families with as many quotes and names as he could squeeze onto a page It was almost as if the author wanted to be sure to prove his research so he was sure you would believe him When I left the book, the main characters had not made it to Hollywood yet but if he followed suit, those chapters would just be a series of name dropping and quotes, wit [...]

    2. This is an easy, insightful read into the personalities of Ronnie and Nancy Regan Whatever your politics, you would enjoy the story of their early lives without and with each other ends with the Presidential election.

    3. I will be straight up on this, Reagan is one of my least favorite presidents I hate most of his policies, trickle down economics is one of the worst scams this country has ever seen, and his good ol boy attitude infected just about every Republican afterward However, this book actually made me kinda like Reagan as a person I will admit that I didn t know a whole lot about Reagan before he became POTUS I know he used to be an actor and didn t trust the Russians This book taught me a lot and now i [...]

    4. In general, this was just not enjoyable to read I appreciate biography and history when the story is well told I especially disliked the author s habit of analyzing other biographical accounts, as if he wanted to prove or justify how certain events were told elsewhere I also found it boring to wade through the background and extra information about many other people and marginal events.

    5. This is the first of Colacello s two biographical books about Ronald Reagan This one covers his birth and growth to the Hollywood years, to meeting Nancy and how they won the White House Reading it won t change your life, but it is an interesting foray into recent history.

    6. Very interesting, not quite a page turner but only because of so many facts and names to try and remember throughout the book Lots of facts otherwise not known to me were revealed and kept the motivation going to complete this novel.A long read but well worth the time.

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