Reagan's Children: Taking Back the City on the Hill - (Paperback)
By Hans Zeiger
Taking Back the City on the Hill
We, the Americans of today, are ready to act worthy of ourselves, ready to do what must be done to ensure happiness and liberty for ourselves, our children and our children’s children. - Ronald Reagan
The British call those born during Margaret Thatcher’s prime ministry Thatcher’s Children. Likewise, the 30 million Americans born from 1981 to 1988 could be considered Reagan’s Children. It is rare that an analysis of a generation should begin with a tribute to a single man. In his second book, young activist Hans Zeiger, born in 1985, suggests his generation is indeed reflective of former President Ronald Reagan’s conservatism, faith and optimism.
The Reagan Revolution of the 1980s constituted the last major conservative revolution in America. With Reagan’s inauguration in 1981, a new generation was born, and with his death on June 5, 2004, thousands of young Republicans united to become the largest group of conservative young Americans in at least three generations.
There is a strong and vital corps of young Americans who are committed to the simple, permanent things of the spirit that define the American character, Zeiger says. These are Reagan’s Children who will keep America going.
Reagan’s Children is the first Ronald Reagan-related book to be written by someone born during his administration. And while the majority of Reagan’s Children have little recollection of the Reagan White House, the president became a hero of justice and a champion of freedom in the years to follow.
"Hans Zeiger is one of the most inspiring, articulate young voices for moral principle in America today." Alan Keyes, President Reagan’s ambassador to the United Nations Economic and Social Council
Paperback: 199 pages
Publisher: B&H Books (June 1, 2006)
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.7 inches
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