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"The Reagan presidency had many participants and has had many biographers. Dick Wirthlin has earned his place among the best of them. . . . Extremely readable, nicely told."
--The Washington Times
"For twenty years, Ronald Reagan relied upon Dick Wirthlin as his pollster, chief political strategist, and, increasingly, as his trusted friend. Dick has waited until now to tell the inside story, but the wait has been more than worth it."
"A must-read for anyone who wants to understand the inner workings of President Reagan's ability to communicate--and how he accomplished so much."
"Dick Wirthlin was there at the beginning of the Ronald Reagan prairie fire that began with the speech for Barry Goldwater in 1964 and spread across the nation with the election to the presidency in 1980. . . . His recollections are a valuable part of the real history of the Reagan revolution."