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'My Father at 100': An Interview With Ron Reagan

Memoir marks anniversary of 40th president's birth

Feb. 6, 2011, marks the 100th anniversary of Ronald Reagan's birth. Many events are planned to commemorate this centennial, but perhaps none is more personal than My Father at 100, a memoir written by the 40th president's youngest son, Ron Reagan. 

Reagan and son play touch football in the backyard of their Sacramento home. — Walter Zibowski / AP Photo

From Seattle, he tells Inside E Street's Lark McCarthy about his late father's love of sports, his own concerns about his dad serving a second term in the White House and how the family dealt with Ronald Reagan's struggles with Alzheimer's disease. Ron Reagan believes it was a "virtual certainty" that his father had Alzheimer's while president. Watch this heartfelt interview that tells the story of a special bond between father and son.

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