WATCH: “The Reagan Library in his own little file system”

This week was published The Notes: Ronald Reagan’s Private Collection of Stories and Wisdom—collected largely, of course, for use in Reagan’s speeches. “If the Reagans’ home in Palasades (Calif.) were burning,” says the book’s editor Douglas Brinkley, “this would be one of the things Reagan would immediately drag out of the house. He carried them with him all over like a carpenter brings their tools. These were the tools for his trade.

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