President Reagan and the World

Synopsis

Did Ronald Reagan and his policies engineer the defeat of international communism, the breakup of the Soviet Union, and the elimination of decades of nuclear confrontation? Or, did the Reagan presidency simply benefit from decades of bipartisan military, economic, and political opposition to Soviet policies? Both positions are explored by Reagan aides and leading scholars of the period.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Seymour Maxwell Finger
  • Whittle Johnston
  • Samuel Segev
  • Kenneth L. Adelman
  • Betty Glad
  • Seymour Maxwell Finger
  • Whittle Johnston
  • Samuel Segev
  • Kenneth L. Adelman
  • Betty Glad
  • Jean A. Garrison
  • John E. Ullmann
  • Yonah Alexander
  • Michael M. Gunter
  • Dov S. Zakheim
  • Dennis S. Ippolito
  • John Prados
  • Eric M. Freedman
  • Andrew S. Merrifield
  • David Mervin
  • Frank J. Smist Jr.
  • M. Mark Amen
  • William H. Lash III
  • David J. Smyth
  • Pami Dua
  • Antonio R. De La Cova
  • Mark Falcoff
  • Maureen Reagan
  • Jeane J. Kirkpatrick
  • Jack F. Kemp
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1997