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Author: Ronald Reagan Narrator: John Pruden Publisher: Dreamscape Format: Other Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: May 2016 ISBN: 9781520020792
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From the time he arrived on the political scene in 1964, throughout his presidency and beyond, Ronald Reagan used his speeches to inspire and reinvigorate America. When he spoke, Reagan said he was “preaching a sermon.”

The American people saw his vision of America and his dreams for the future and they overwhelmingly responded; he was re-elected in 1984 by the largest number of electoral votes in the nation’s history.

Here in this collection of twenty-eight speeches spanning the Reagan era, listeners can find inspiration in Reagan’s “sermons.” Ronald Regan’s words show a profound belief in God, freedom, individualism, limited government, and his great love for his country.

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About the Author

Ronald Reagan (1911–2004) was born in Illinois. After a career as a television and film star, he was twice elected the governor of California before becoming the fortieth president of the United States. He is now remembered as one of the country’s most beloved presidents.

About the Narrator

John Pruden is an Earphones Award–winning audiobook narrator. His exposure to many people, places, and experiences throughout his life provides a deep creative well from which he draws his narrative and vocal characterizations. His narration of The Killing of Crazy Horse by Thomas Powers was chosen by the Washington Post as a Best Audiobook of 2010.