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Reagan's children : taking back the city on the hill

Author: Hans Zeiger
Publisher: Nashville, Tenn. : Broadman & Holman, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"After Vietnam, Watergate, and the economic ills of the late 1970s, the two-term presidency of Ronald Reagan ushered in a new spirit of optimism. It was "morning in America," a time of rebuilding and returning to the country's foundational values. Despite its successes, the Reagan Eighties faded as the mid-1990s and early 21st century rushed into existence with declining morals and political tensions. However, an  Read more...
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Named Person: Ronald Reagan; Ronald Reagan
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hans Zeiger
ISBN: 0805440623 9780805440621
OCLC Number: 70117697
Description: 199 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Fourteenth Generation --
9/11 Generation --
Reagan's Children and Roe Children --
Revival --
The New Campus Revolution --
Fall of the Left --
Diversity --
The Youth Vote --
New Frontier --
Renewing the City on a Hill.
Responsibility: Hans Zeiger.
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"After Vietnam, Watergate, and the economic ills of the late 1970s, the two-term presidency of Ronald Reagan ushered in a new spirit of optimism. It was "morning in America," a time of rebuilding and returning to the country's foundational values. Despite its successes, the Reagan Eighties faded as the mid-1990s and early 21st century rushed into existence with declining morals and political tensions. However, an interesting new trend has emerged: a rising conservatism on U.S. college campuses." "Young activist Hans Zeiger attributes this to the upbringing of "Reagan's Children"-kids born in the 1980s whose parents were duly impacted by Reagan's greatly revered presidency. Reagan's Children examines this generation of 30 million Americans who are now shaping their worldview, voting for the first time, fighting the war on terror, and more. Book jacket."--BOOK JACKET.

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