How the GOP Can Win in 2008: Lessons from President Reagan
"In 1975, the GOP looked dispirited, disheartened, divided and doomed. Republicans had just received a horrible 'thumpin' in Congressional
elections, Democrats looked poised to recapture the White House, and an unpopular White House incumbent seemed to drag down the party's chances. Sound familiar? "But in 1976, a retired governor of California and former Hollywood star made a long-shot run the the Presidency and taught his party -- and, ultimately, his country -- how to win again. Twenty one years later the VICTORY LESSONS OF RONALD REAGAN can still inspire all conservatives and all Americans. In this rousing talk on Reagan's birthday (February 6, 2007) to the Eastside Republican Club in Bellevue, Washington, Michael tells a standing-room-only audience about the essentials of Reagan's approach -- clarity, cheerfulness and unity -- and the way these qualities can bring new Republican victories across the country in 2008. Along the way, Michael provides sharp political insight and touching, little known details about America's beloved 40th President -- together with a blueprint for transforming and unifying the GOP."