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ABOUT REAGAN AT REYKJAVIK
Ambassador Adelman gives insights into the character and leadership of Ronald Reagan. He describes the 1986 summit cliffhanger in a “you-are-there manner,” enhanced by the fact that he was there. The story itself is gripping, as the Reykjavik summit was something out of an Agatha Christie thriller—two vivid characters meet over a weekend on a desolate and windswept island in a reputedly-haunted house, with rain lashing against its windowpanes. There, in such a weird setting, the two most powerful men on earth experience the most amazing things imaginable.
ABOUT KEN ADELMAN
UN Ambassador and Arms Control Director for President Ronald Reagan Author, Acclaimed Story-Teller, and Adventurer
Ken Adelman is a Renaissance man, having been a U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations and Arms Control Director for Ronald Reagan, translator for Muhammad Ali during “The Rumble in the Jungle” in Africa, professor of Shakespeare at Georgetown University, and author of six books, most recently the critically-acclaimed Reagan at Reykjavik: Forty-Eight Hours that Ended the Cold War.
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