The Presidency The Yen to Stay Onstage

Presidency The Yen to Stay Onstage

Some days recently the real President (named Bush) has been crowded out of the news by the antics of the has-beens. Ronald Reagan was on display in Japan for a reported $2 million (or 284 million yen) from the Fujisankei Communications Group. Jimmy Carter was in Nashville instructing listeners on how he wrote his books. Richard Nixon huffed off yet again to China after disconnecting his AT&T phone service because the company was sponsoring the TV version of The Final Days, last weekend's account of the end of Watergate and Nixon's presidency. Gerald Ford was at the Herbert Hoover Library in...

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