Ronald Reagan's Greatest Role: Himself

By Lee Walczak

Former President Ronald Wilson Reagan, who died on June 5 at the age of 93 in California, was such a gigantic figure that his myth and reality intertwine in the strands of legend. He was, of course, a man of giant contradictions. He preached limited government, but expanded it via a massive defense buildup. He vowed to erase deficits, but left rivers of red ink for his succes

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