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Early Reagan: The Rise to Power

Edwards, Anne

Published by William Morrow & Co
ISBN 10: 0688060501 / ISBN 13: 9780688060503
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Title: Early Reagan: The Rise to Power

Publisher: William Morrow & Co

Binding: Hardcover

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Synopsis: First published in 1986 and nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, Early Reagan is still the most in-depth portrayal of the pre-government years of the late president. The book uncovers Reagan?s formative years: childhood poverty, film stardom, and his politicization via the Screen Actors Guild. Anne Edwards interviewed more than two hundred people important in the life of Reagan as well as those of his two wives, Jane Wyman and Nancy Davis. The book concludes with Reagan?s entry into politics in 1966, when he announced his candidacy for Governor of California in the living room of his hilltop San Onofre home. As the late historian Barbara Tuchman noted, ?For anyone who wants to know about the circumstances . . . that formed Ronald Reagan into a political figure, this is the book to read.?

About the Author: A former actress and screenwriter (she wrote the first draft of the screenplay for Funny Girl), Anne Edwards is the author of eight novels and fifteen biographies, among them books on Vivien Leigh, Judy Garland, Maria Callas, and Margaret Mitchell. Her memoir, Leaving Home, was published in August by Scarecrow Press. She lives in Beverly Hills.

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