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“Curtis, I not only like your book; I love it!”
-- Edwin Meese III White House Counselor to President Ronald Reagan U.S. Attorney General, President Ronald Reagan Legal Affairs Secretary & Chief of Staff for Governor Ronald Reagan, Author of WITH REAGAN: The Inside Story, Reagnery Gateway
“Curtis, I do like your chapter on me--it is interesting! I like your chapters. They tell the story correctly. I told you it had to be interesting--well, it is interesting! Good!” -- Lyn Nofziger White House Communications Director President Ronald Reagan.
Consultant Communications Director Governor Ronald Reagan.
“Curtis Patrick, thanks for your help in making much of this happen. Best Regards, always. REAGAN: WHAT WAS HE REALLY LIKE? is an incredibly detailed account of the early Reagan years, beautifully written by a man who was there, and who thus made the later years possible.” -- Tom / Thomas C. Reed Special Assistant to President Reagan for National Security Policy U.S. Air Force Secretary, President Gerald Ford.
“Curtis, As usual, you are doing the Lord’s work in advancing the truth about our great leader and friend. How may we assist?” -- Judge Wm. P. Clark, Jr. Secretary of the Interior, National Security Advisor to President Ronald Reagan CA Supreme Court Justice Rancher & Cowboy
"A great addition to the scholarship on Reagan. It is especially important as I think you really capture the compelling essence of Reagan’s character and political convictions. At base, Reagan comes across, not as an ambitious political zealot--which many liberal critics assert--but a man of genuine beliefs and personal warmth." -- Dr. Eric Herzik Chair Department of Political Science University of Nevada, Reno
"Great book! Better than many of us, you knew the ‘prez’ Ronald Reagan. Congratulations. A real treasure!" -- Verne Orr, PhD U.S. Air Force Secretary President Reagan, Dean Emeritus, College of Business & PublicManagement, University of La Verne, CA

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ISBN-10:  1600379095
ISBN-13:  978-1600379093
Author:  Curtis Patrick
Publisher:  Morgan James Publishing
Date Published:  May 31, 2011
Format:  Paperback
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review by . June 01, 2011
Personal recollections of one of the true giants of the 20th century.
During the eight years of his Presidency Ronald Reagan was portrayed by the media in this country as a grandfatherly old codger who was lazy, disengaged and frankly not very bright.  Reporters and commentators speculated aloud if Mr. Reagan had ever even read a book.  Many dismissed him as an "amiable dunce".  Because he espoused "conservative" principles some labeled him mean-spirited and completely out of touch. Curtis Patrick had been with Ronald Reagan since …
review by . June 15, 2011
Drivers, campaign advance men, research assistants, police bodyguards, and receptionists are not the sorts of people likely to be interviewed for big policy-focused biographies of major American politicians. They are, however, frequently the ones most equipped to answer the title question, "What was he really like?" That's what makes this collection of interviews by longtime Ronald Reagan team member Curtis Patrick a worthwhile read. It won't replace any of those big policy-focused biographies or …
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