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Ronald Reagan at 100

A sons thoughtful yet poignant memoir of his father: President Ronald Reagan

Gov. Ronald Reagan and son, Skipper, both football fans, play touch football in the backyard of their Sacramento home on Nov. 15, 1971.

— Walter Zeboski/AP Photo

A controversial memoir by the youngest son of Ronald Reagan. It’s controversial, yet interesting, because it has drawn fire from the oldest son of Reagan and presents a balanced view of a complex man whom many like to portray simply.

Ron Reagan admits that he and his father crossed swords on ideological issues many times, but what emerges is the story of a man whose ideology was part of a self-scripted life that had many parts.

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