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How conservative was Ronald Reagan?

The Robert Herriman Show

Release Date: 02/22/2020

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The 40th President of the United States, Ronald Reagan, is held up by many as the epitome of conservatism. The question is, how conservative was he?

I am joined by Senior Fellow at the Independent Institute, Ivan Eland to answer this question.

I asked Eland specifically about President Reagan concerning entitlements, taxes, regulation and limited government. We also delved into Reagan’s foreign policy, the Cold War and Iran Contra.