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The Reagan Revolution 

Actor turned politician, Ronald Reagan is elected 40th President of the United States. Although the country initially goes through tough times Reagan leads the country through two terms and brings a renewed sense of patriotism to America.
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Robert Baer ... Self - Fmr CIA Officer, Beirut (archive footage)
James Baker III ... Self - Fmr White House Chief of Staff (as James A. Baker III)
Howard Baker ... Self - White House Chief of Staff (archive footage)
H.W. Brands ... Self - Author, 'Reagan: The Life'
Tom Brokaw ... Self - NBC News (archive footage)
Pat Buchanan ... Self - Fmr White House Communications Director
Bob Cain Bob Cain ... Self - CNN (archive footage)
Lou Cannon Lou Cannon ... Self - Author, 'President Reagan: The Role of a Lifetime'
William Casey William Casey ... Self - Director of Central Intelligence (archive footage) (as William J. Casey)
John Chancellor ... Self - NBC News (archive footage)
Walter Cronkite ... Self - CBS News (archive footage)
Morton Dean Morton Dean ... Himelf - CBS News (archive footage)
Sam Donaldson ... Self - ABC News (archive footage)
Don Farmer Don Farmer ... Self - CNN
David Gergen ... Self - Former White House Communications Director
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Actor turned politician, Ronald Reagan is elected 40th President of the United States. Although the country initially goes through tough times Reagan leads the country through two terms and brings a renewed sense of patriotism to America.

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Not what he appeared
29 May 2020 | by dwsanders55See all my reviews

This a one-sided production in the worst manner of CNN. It glamorizes Reagan. Most of the comments are from his supporters and administration. There is no critical voice given to his policies.


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