Author, Real Clear Politics, January 18, 2017
"When Ronald Reagan reviewed the first draft of his inaugural speech 36 years ago, he remarked that while he appreciated eloquence, what he really wanted was for America to hear, in his straightforward voice, words that would raise the curtain on his administration. He reminded me that in Hollywood he wasn’t known as a good script writer, but that he was a pretty good script doctor. And the final version achieved precisely what he wanted: letting his fellow citizens know how he planned to pull the nation out of the crisis crippling our economy and sapping our emotional strength."
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