Ronald Reagan: How an Ordinary Man Became an Extraordinary Leader (Paperback)
In this enlightening new look at one of our most successful, most popular, and least understood presidents, bestselling author and former Reagan aide Dinesh D'Souza shows how this "ordinary" man was able to transform the political landscape in a way that made a permanent impact on America and the world. Ronald Reagan is a thoughtful and honest assessment of how this underestimated president became a truly extraordinary leader.
About the Author
Alex McFarland is a speaker, writer, and advocate for Christian apologetics. He serves as director of the Center for Christian Worldview and Apologetics at North Greenville University, a leading Christian college in the United States. He has spoken in hundreds of locations throughout North America and internationally and has preached in more than 1,300 churches. Alex has been featured at conferences such as The Billy Graham School of Evangelism, Focus on the Family's Big Dig, and California's Spirit West Coast. Alex is the author of several books, including the bestseller "The 10 Most Common Objections to Christianity". He is a graduate of Liberty University and lives with his wife in Colorado.
The Weekly Standard
D'Souza's fine new study provides a fresh opportunity to consider Reagan's achievements.
Robert L. Bartley
Editor, The Wall Street Journal
A spirited reminder that the Teflon president cured stagflation, won the cold war and conquered malaise. Too bad the chattering classes never noticed.
An unforgettable portrait of Reagan the man, and an exposé of his critics from which they will never recover.
Editor-at-Large, U.S. News & World Report
D'Souza provides timely and illuminating answers to the riddle that has stumped so many others: why this ordinary man rode so tall in the saddle as President.
author of Parliament of Whores
The best story I have read in years, and the truest.
author of The Bonfire of the Vanities
This marvelous book will drive the intellectual establishment -- the conservative cadre as well as the liberal legions -- straight up the wall. It convincingly demonstrates Ronald Reagan's moral, political, and -- yes! I'm afraid so! -- intellectual superiority to the entire lot of them.