Contributing Writer Gil Troy is a professor of history at McGill University and visiting scholar at the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington, DC. He is the author of, among other books, Morning in America: How Ronald Reagan Invented the 1980s.

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Confronted by critics, haunted by history

In pushing health care reform, President Barack Obama is confronted by contemporary critics and haunted by history. Obama has to learn from the last Democratic president's failure. Bill Clinton also championed health care reform. Moreover, …

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The "shellacking" of Obama

Warning: ignore those headlines that called the American elections a split decision, claiming the Republicans fell short, by winning only the House of Representatives and not the Senate. The American voters gave President Barack Obama …

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The Reagan Diaries (book review)

At the risk of sounding insensitive, Ronald Reagan's death did wonders for his historical reputation. Since the week-long, coast-to- coast funeral festivities in June 2004, the public discussion about America's 40th president has shifted dramatically. …

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The Reagan Diaries (compte rendu)

At the risk of sounding insensitive, Ronald Reagan's death did wonders for his historical repu- tation. Since the week-long, coast-to- coast funeral festivities in June 2004, the public discussion about America's 40th president has shifted …

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