In the same vivid, eloquent style that earned Ronald Reagan the designation "the Great Communicator," Peggy Noonan delivers a candid portrait of the Reagan White House in this stylish, sensitive memoir that pursues the question, "Who's running things here anyway?"
What disappointed you about What I Saw At the Revolution?
it was abridged, I didn't see that when I selected it.
How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?
that being said, the abridged version probably covered the nuts and bolts.
Which character – as performed by Peggy Noonan – was your favorite?
read by the author, she does a good job