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  • 1. Ronald Reagan
  • 2. Also Ronald Reagan
  • 3. Reagan Public Approval Ratings
  • 4. Before National Politics Goldwater speech 1964
  • 5. The Republican NominationRon and Nancy GHW Bush John Anderson
  • 6. Capturing the Nomination• New Hampshire debate 1980:• The Line
  • 7. Reagan’s Clarity• Strong Defense• Cut taxes• Cut Spending• Balance the Budget
  • 8. Economic PhilosophyOLD NEW• Keynesian Economics • Chicago School• “Demand Side” • “Supply Side” Economics Economics• New Deal • Reaganomics (The Reagan Revolution)
  • 9. Effect of Reagan on US Political Culture USLeft Pre-1981; Right New Deal Reagan era and Great Society eraLeft-right defined as accepted level of government intervention in the economy: right = less intervention left = more intervention
  • 10. RealignmentNew Deal Coalition Reagan Coalition• Democratic South • Midwest small towns• African-Americans • Wealthiest Americans• Union members • Hawks on foreign policy• Urban North • Blue Collar in North and• Immigrant/newer ethnic Midwest (union and non- groups union)• Farmers • White Southerners • Evangelicals • Yuppies
  • 11. The “Troika”Counsellor Chief of Staff Dep. ChiefEd Meese James Baker Michael DeaverPolicy Process Image
  • 12. Presidential Power and PersuasionLBJ ModelPres Congress People
  • 13. Presidential Power and PersuasionReagan ModelPres People Congress
  • 14. Reagan Media Strategy• Bully Pulpit• Stage Events in Controlled Settings• Feed the Media• Consistency of Message• Selling the President• Popularity is Power