Ronald Reagan Web Resource and Morning in America by Gil Troy
Professor Gil Troy, Department of History, McGill University announces the launch of two new important websites relating to the life and Presidency of Ronald Reagan: http://www.morninginamericabook.com and http://www.ronaldreaganweb.com
The http://www.morninginamericabook.com web site is dedicated to the launch of Gil Troy's new book entitled "Morning in America: How Ronald Reagan invented the 1980s" published by Princeton University Press (2005). The site includes links to news, reviews and information relating to Gil Troy's "pioneering" and "lively" reassessment of Ronald Reagan's legacy, hailed by reviewers as "masterly" and "the best single book" on the Reagan administration to date, which takes readers through the 1980s, integrating the story of the Reagan presidency with stories of the decade's cultural icons and watershed moments from personalities to popular television shows.
The http://www.ronaldreaganweb.com web site predominately features a comprehensive bibliography on Ronald Reagan and the 1980s which includes a complete listing of books, a comprehensive list of periodical articles and also features links to primary sources and web sites. The site also includes additional extensive bibliographies on The Sixties: A Journey through Politics and Culture, the American Presidency, and Modern U.S. history since 1865. All bibliographies were compiled by Bonnie Goodman, M.L.I.S.
For further information contact Professor Gil Troy at firstname.lastname@example.org or Bonnie Goodman at email@example.com and visit http://www.giltroy.com
Professor Gil Troy
Department of History Office,
Sixth Floor, Stephen Leacock Building
855 Sherbrooke Street West
Montréal, QC H3A 2T7
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