One hundred years after his birth, and 22 years after the conclusion of his presidency, Ronald Reagan remains one of the most beloved and divisive political figures in American history. We discuss his legacy as California governor and U.S. president.
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Bill Boyarsky, former reporter and editor for the Los Angeles Times, author of "The Rise of Ronald Reagan" and "Ronald Reagan, His Life and Rise to the Presidency," and currently a political correspondent for Truthdig
Annelise Anderson, senior research fellow for the Hoover Institution and author of "Reagan's Secret War: The Untold Story of His Fight to Save the World from Nuclear Disaster" and "Stories in His Own Hand: The Everyday Wisdom of Ronald Reagan"
Lou Cannon, journalist and author of five books about Ronald Reagan, including "President Reagan: The Role of a Lifetime"