The Reagan Files by Jason Saltoun-Ebin
Inside The National Security Council

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Historian Jason Saltoun-Ebin has spent over ten years scouring the holdings of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and filing hundreds of Freedom of Information Act requests to assemble the most complete collection possible of the inner-workings of President Reagan’s top-secret foreign policy. The Reagan Files (Vol. 2): Inside the National Security Council," presents in many cases for the first time over 100 recently declassified meeting minutes from President Reagan’s National Security Council. The documents cover all areas of U.S. foreign policy during the Reagan administration, shedding important light on Reagan’s approach to the Middle East, Central America, Africa, Europe, and most importantly, the Soviet Union. Although the documentary record of the Reagan years is still incomplete, Saltoun-Ebin has assembled an invaluable set of documents that take us one step closer to accurately explaining the Reagan years. A “must-have” for any student of U.S. foreign relations. "The Reagan Files" is a stunning account of what it was like to be inside the White House with President Reagan while he made some of the most important decisions of the 20th century.

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Jason Saltoun-Ebin has been researching and writing about the Reagan Administration since 2001. He is the editor of "The Reagan Files" vol's 1 and 2 and the creator of the website, The website is now used by scholars all over the world. Mr. Saltoun-Ebin lives in Santa Barbara, Calif., with his wife Jessica Zetley and their son Eli. He is a graduate of U.C.L.A. (B.A.) and the University of Wisconsin Law School (J.D.) and a member of the Bars of California and Wisconsin.d
Published May 13, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 568 pages
Genres: History.

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(“There is nothing worse than being defeated by this man,” Reagan seethes during the brewing feud with Panamanian pipsqueak Manuel Noriega.) The proceedings reveal just how deep a stamp Reagan, whose statements the author helpfully formats in bold face, put on his foreign policy, particularly wit...

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Saltoun-Ebin, a researcher at the Reagan Presidential Library, assembles minutes of National Security Council meetings where Reagan and his top cabinet officers and aides hashed out a line on the Soviets, personal letters in which Reagan and Soviet leaders lectured and prodded one another and tra...

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