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Joan Vennochi

Celebrating Reagan the man, not the myth

By Joan Vennochi
June 8, 2004

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STOP THE sugar-coating. At death, loyal family members and a compliant media turn human beings like Ronald Reagan into superheroes. This is partly an outgrowth of modern media's willingness to hijack itself for days around any theme with potential for drawing a large television viewing audience. It is also a tribute to Jacqueline Kennedy and her success in framing the ... (Full Article: 769 Words)

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