EXCERPT: In a new memoir, Ronald Reagan describes his dream of a nuclear-free world
In the first of two excerpts from An American Life, his forthcoming autobiography, the man who once called the U.S.S.R. an "evil empire" shows himself to be a stubborn dreamer out to rid the world of nuclear arms. He tells how he and Gorbachev, through five meetings and a prolific correspondence, built a rapport that helped end the cold war. -- Why he decided to run for President. -- The day he dodged death by less than an inch.
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