What Today’s Candidates Can Learn From Ronald Reagan

Jim Miller
National Review

Ronald Reagan was the best president in our lifetime.

This is no empty boast: Last year, Gallup asked Americans whom they consider the greatest president. Ronald Reagan came in first, followed by Abraham Lincoln — the same result as two years earlier.

In the words of Dame Margaret Thatcher, “Ronald Reagan won the Cold War without firing a shot.” In addition, he put the economy on its longest peacetime expansion in U.S. history and restored America’s faith in itself.

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