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Reaganland by Rick Perlstein (2020)

For fans of history and Perlstein's work, this is a don't-miss success in his triumphant mapping of the arc of the New Right from goldwater to reagan; if you don't like super dense and well-researched explorations of the past, maybe skip it. 


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