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Insider Books on President Reagan

May 17, 1988

John M. Broder's coverage of the Regan book overlooks a number of major points Regan makes in favor of Reagan (Part I, May 11). In my view the most important sentence in the book is this one: "But Reagan's method had worked well enough for the nation under his leadership to transform its mood from pessimism to optimism, its economy from stagnation to steady growth and its position in the world from weakness to strength." Ultimately that is all that matters.

TONY THOMAS

Burbank

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