Ronald Reagan

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Noun1.Ronald Reagan - 40th President of the United States (1911-2004)Ronald Reagan - 40th President of the United States (1911-2004)
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For Baker the year 1980 is crucial because it marked the triumph of the Reagan presidency, that is, Reaganism.
While I was learning Reaganism in Hillsdale, Larry was learning Thatcherism in London, in both cases from the best possible teachers.
For the past 40 years the Republicans have been the business friendly party and under Reaganism we all did good business.
In studies ranging from Rebecca Klatch's A Generation Divided to Lisa McGirr's Suburban Warriors to John Andrew's The Other Side oft he Sixties, a new wave of scholarship has pored over the defining institutions, personalities, and moments of the '60s right, deepening our understanding of the decade and illuminating the subsequent rise of Reaganism.
Quoting COL Hildebrand's favorite Reaganism, "Wonderful things happen when you don't worry about who gets the credit.
If we set aside the laurels of the past--Citizen Kane--and if we ignore the distressing business stories--Wall Street, Working Girl--left to us by the pervasive Reaganism of the 1980s, the business world seems singularly absent from recent cinema, as is the universe of stock markets or factories.
Here the resemblance between Reaganism and the new climate in the Arab world is very striking.
The hope in Obama's title is for a mixture of Kennedyism, Reaganism, and Clintonism packaged as the new face of multicultural America.
A loss of faith in the adequacy of left-liberal institutions and discourses to resist the populist thrust of Thatcherism and Reaganism was compounded by a comparable lack of confidence in the very notion of 'progress' towards predetermined goals.
Like all fundamentalists, the antigovernment conservatives preach that greater influence requires a return to purity-the purity of Reaganism .
Parallel to Manning's conception of Reform as a neo-populist revival, there was another conception of Reform, held by Stephen Harper (and me), as a Canadian version of Reaganism and Thatcherism--that is, a Conservative Party positioned further to the right and standing more consistently for small government, lower taxes, deregulation, privatization and free markets in general.
I started writing when Reagan was still president; now, alas, alas, alas, here we are in this monstrous recrudescence of Reaganism in the second Bush administration" (Jensen 31).