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Myths and truths about Ronald Reagan

Dutch. The Gipper. The Great Communicator. Ronald Reagan's name(s) and legacy are invoked constantly in American politics today, whether to highlight conservative ideals or presidential leadership traits. So in the newest episode of the Presidential podcast, we decided to take a look at how well the popularized image of Reagan aligns with the man and […]
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