Nofziger by Lyn Nofziger

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One of the most revealing documents of the Reagan years. --The Wall Street Journal
 

About Lyn Nofziger

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Nofziger is best known as Ronald Reagen's press secrety during his governorshio of Califronia and a top aide in the White House. He is an author
 
Published September 15, 1992 by Regnery Publishing, Inc.. 370 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction

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If Reagan is the book's overarching hero, one of its main villains is James Baker, perceived by Nofziger as an opportunist who muted the projected Reagan revolution and betrayed true believers, a vindictive heretic willing to ""use Reagan for his own ends."" Nofziger has spent decades around elec...

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Republican Party strategist Nofziger ( Tackett ) returns to fiction with this strained second volume of a projected trilogy about a ``wandering cowboy and jack-of-all-Western-trades.'' The straight-talking, fast-shooting narrator encounters a mess of trouble when he rides into Abilene to visit sc...

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Louis L'Amour is Nofziger's literary hero and the book's dedicatee, so the similarity of Del Tackett to L'Amour's Tell Sackett is intentional, leading to much forced humor as Tackett is repeatedly mistaken for the more famous man.

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Del Tackett and his Pa, Ben Bill Tackett, are a couple of fun-loving cowboys who can't say no when a friend, Annie Laurie, asks them for help in saving her saloon from an illegal takeover by Sam Websterby, the blowhard leader of the bad posse.

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