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Book Title: Lessons My Father Taught Me: The Strength, Integrity, and Faith of Ronald Reagan|
The author of the book: Michael Reagan
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 383 KB
ISBN 13: 9781630060534
Edition: Humanix Books
Date of issue: May 10th 2016
Read full description of the books:"I know in my heart that man is good. That what is right will always eventually triumph. And there's purpose and worth to each and every life." —Ronald Reagan
Noted political commentator Michael Reagan, the son of Ronald Reagan and first wife Jane Wyman, has traveled across America, giving speeches and meeting the public. Time and time again, people tell him how much they love and miss his father, and what his presidency meant to them. In a world where role models are few and far between, Ronald Reagan’s legacy stands strong.
In Lessons My Father Taught Me, Michael Reagan looks back over his years with his father and reflects on what he has learned from the greatest man he has ever known—and one of the greatest men the world has known.
When Michael was growing up, his father would drive him out to his ranch. There Ronald Reagan taught Michael how to ride a horse, how to shoot a gun, and much more. As they drove together or did chores together, Michael’s father told him stories and taught him about life, love, family, faith, success, and leadership. Michael didn’t fully appreciate those lessons at the time, but years later he remembered—and he understood.
Now, Michael Reagan shares his father’s wisdom and experience in this inspiring book.
Read information about the authorAmerican conservative and republican strategist and former talk radio host, his audience was estimated to be around the millon people.
Michael Reagan is the adopted son of Ronald Reagan
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