President Reagan replaces the US in Sanciano’s biography

President Reagan replaces the US in Sanciano's biography

Rome (ITALPRESS) – “Reagan – President who changed American politics”. The biography, published by Montadori, is dedicated to the 40th tenant of the White House on the 40th anniversary of the inauguration of TG2 Gennaro Sancialiano.
On November 4, 1980, Ronald Reagan was elected President of the United States. It’s an avalanche: Ronnie, as friends call him, has won in 45 of the 50 states; It is an insult to Democrat Jimmy Carter, who called for re-election. Despite the numbers, Reagan’s rise to the White House wondered: a former Hollywood actor familiar to television audiences, holding the helm of the planet’s greatest superpower? Is this a dangerous gamble or an event ahead of its time?
Ronald Wilson Reagan is actually an American story. Born in 1911 in Tampico, a small town in Illinois at the time, the small “Dutch” – nicknamed the family for the fat lines on his face – grew up in the geographical area of ​​the country’s heartbeat stars and stripes, Midwest.
The father is an Irish Catholic with no steady work and no alcohol habit, and the mother is devoted to the church of the very religious disciples of Christ. After graduating in business, Reagan arrived in Hollywood almost by accident, leading a decent life in the film world until he discovered the importance of political commitment. The ascent to the Grand Old Party has now taken shape.
Forty years after Ronald Reagan took office in the White House, he presents a detailed and fascinating biography to the most popular president in modern America, full of information, news and events.
Reagan is the author of the ideological and cultural level of the “conservative revolution” and statistics of the last decades of the short century, and also the president of the United States, which defeated Soviet Communism and won the Cold War. As Margaret Thatcher puts it, “without a shot.”
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