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[ ] Notes Preface 1. Richard Reeves, President Reagan: The Triumph of Imagination (New York: Simon and Schuster, 2005), 7. Chapter 1 1. Quoted in Ian Jackman, ed., Ronald Reagan Remembered: CBS News, (New York: Simon and Schuster, 2004), 116–17. The article originally appeared in Newsweek, June 14, 2004. 2. Lou Cannon, President Reagan: The Role of a Lifetime (New York: Public Affairs, 2000), ix. 3. Ibid., x. 4. William F. Lewis, “Telling America’s Story: Narrative Form and the Reagan Presidency,” Quarterly Journal of Speech 73 (1987): 280. “Malaise” is an important word in this quote because it was attributed to Reagan’s predecessor, Jimmy Carter. 5. Peggy Noonan, What I Saw at the Revolution (New York: Random House, 1990), 151. 6. Sarah Russell Hankins, “Archetypal Alloy: Reagan’s Rhetorical Image,” Central States Speech Journal 34 (1983): 33–36. 7. Lewis,“Telling America’s Story,”280. The quote is from journalist Mary McGrory. 8. Jane Mayer and Doyle McManus, Landslide: The Unmaking of the President (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1988), 9–10. 9. Ibid., 10–11. 10. Richard Reeves, President Reagan: The Triumph of Imagination (New York: Simon and Schuster, 2005), 8. 11. Thomas L. Friedman, “Thou Shall Not Destroy the Center,” [ ] New York Times, November 11, 2005. http://select.nytimes .com/2005/11/11/opinion/11friedman.html (accessed November 11, 2005). 12. Formoreinformationongenrestudies,seeKathleenHallJamieson, “Generic Constraints and the Rhetorical Situation,” Philosophy and Rhetoric 6 (1973): 162–79; and Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Karlyn Kohrs Campbell, “Rhetorical Hybrids: Fusion of Generic Elements,” Quarterly Journal of Speech 68 (1982): 146–57. 13. Lewis,“Telling America’s Story,” 280. 14. Bob Schieffer and Gary Paul Gates,TheActing President (NewYork: E. F. Dutton, 1989), 23–24. 15. Mayer and McManus, Landslide, 21. 16. Ibid., 51. 17. Lewis,“Telling America’s Story,” 281. 18. Mayer and McManus, Landslide, 13. 19. Books that are highly favorable of Reagan include Martin Anderson : Revolution: The Reagan Legacy (Stanford, Calif.: Hoover Institute Press, 1990). 20. For example, Peter Robinson, How Ronald Reagan Changed My Life (New York: ReganBooks, 2003). 21. Anderson, Revolution, xxiv. 22. Ibid., xxvi. 23. Ibid., 279. 24. Personal interview with Josh Gilder, December 12, 2005. 25. Anderson, Revolution, 290. 26. Lou Cannon, quoted in Jackman, Ronald Reagan Remembered, xiii. 27. Michael Deaver, Behind the Scenes (New York: William Morrow, 1987), 73. 28. Ibid., 36. 29. Ibid., 41. 30. Cannon, President Reagan, 18. 31. Dan Rather quoted in Jackman, Ronald Reagan Remembered, xi–xii. 32. Deaver, Behind the Scenes, 76–77. notes on pages 8–12 [ ] 33. Kurt Ritter and David Henry, Ronald Reagan: The Great Communicator (New York: Greenwood, 1992), 118. 34. Ibid., 118. 35. For an excellent discussion of “The Speech,” see Kurt W. Ritter, “Ronald Reagan and ‘The Speech’: The Rhetoric of Public Relations Politics,” Western Speech 32 (1968): 50–58. 36. Michael Deaver, A Different Drummer (New York: HarperCollins, 2001), 18. 37. Ibid., 165. 38. Personal interview with Josh Gilder. 39. Deaver, Different Drummer, 175. 40. Ibid., 54, 56. 41. Ritter and Henry, Ronald Reagan, 3–5. 42. Ronald Reagan,An American Life (NewYork: Simon and Schuster, 1990), 247. 43. Garry Wills, Reagan’s America (New York: Penguin Books, 2000), ix. 44. Noonan, What I Saw, 149. 45. David Gergen,Eyewitness to Power (NewYork:Simon and Schuster, 2000), 153. 46. Cannon, President Reagan, 18. 47. Robinson, How Ronald Reagan Changed My Life, 146. 48. Wills, Reagan’s America, 394. 49. Mayer and McManus, Landslide, 25. 50. Quoted in ibid., 165. 51. Reagan, American Life, 161. 52. Anderson, Revolution, 57. 53. Ibid., 281. 54. Kathryn M.Olson,“The Controversy over President Reagan’sVisit to Bitburg: Strategies of Definition and Redefinition,” Quarterly Journalof Speech75(1989):129–30.Atthispoint in history,Germany was divided into a democraticWest Germany and communist East Germany.The two countries united after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 during the administration of Reagan’s successor, George H. W. Bush. notes on pages 12–17 [ ] 55. Douglas Brinkley, The Boys of Pointe Du Hoc (New York: William Morrow, 2005), 200. 56. Personal interview with Josh Gilder. 57. Edmund Morris, Dutch (New York: Random House, 1999), 514. 58. “Address to the Nation on the Explosion of the Space Shuttle Challenger January 28, 1986.” The Public Papers of President Ronald W. Reagan. Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, http://www.reagan .utexas.edu/archives/speeches/1986/12886b.htm(accessedNovember 29,2005).Forathoroughanalysisof thatspeech,seeMaryE.Stuckey, Slipping the Surly Bonds: Reagan’s Challenger Address (College Station : Texas A&M University Press, 2006). 59. “Remarks on East-West...

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9781603444620
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609360125
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176
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2012-01-01
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English
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