Oliver L. North is a war decorated marine officer, a best-selling writer, the architect of a small business, an inventor with three U.S. copyrights, a grouped columnist, and the host of War Stories on the Fox News Channel in the U.S. He was born in San Antonio; he graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in Maryland, and before serving as a U.S. Marine for twenty-two years. Later
Essays on Ronald Reagan
Book Review on “Reagan on Reagan”
In his reign as the fortieth United states President, Ronald Reagan Kept dairies for each day. The dairies contained his thoughts and routine day to day activities of his presidency. This collection is called Reagan’s Dairies. He was a Republican and was the President of the U.S from Jan 1981 to January 1989.
The Book Reagan on Reagan contains major issues concerning the tenure of Reagan. The book superficially doesn’t talk much on political and historical dimensions of the President. From the dairies the strengths and weaknesses of his presidency can be seen. For instance, in his first term, Reagan is said to have been more alert and active chief executive than his detractors care to admit. This strength remains as his description irrespective of the problem that he was tackling.