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The triumph of both Reagans is explored as Ronald sets about undoing the New Deal and Great Society, setting off a political chain reaction that reverberates to this day. Nancy struggles with her image, as does Ronald. As they seem to care more about the rich and the military industrial complex than the poor, the fallacy of trickle-down economics is revealed.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of The Reagans from 31 votes.
The rise of Ronald Reagan from liberal movie star to an unlikely conservative politician who shocked the nation by capturing the governorship of the largest state. Closely examining American myths and the myth-making so expertly exploited by the Reagans to seize power, episode one also looks at the ruthless rise of the corporate political right, which led Reagan to become an evangelist for small government.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of The Reagans from 51 votes.
A closer look at Reagan’s record on race — and a re-examination of his history as a law-and-order candidate who effectively used racialist codes as a strategy to win elections. The resonances with today’s political landscape and the tactics currently deployed by some in the GOP (and the reaction of the left) are categorical. Nancy starts to come into her own as a political force.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of The Reagans from 33 votes.
The Reagans’ second term - and near-collapse of the administration in light of the Iran-Contra scandal – comes under examination. Nancy’s behind-the-scenes machinations reveal her true influence and power: expertly balancing the act of a dutiful wife as Ronald’s health declines with her quest to shape the Reagan legacy. The Reagans’ tragic inaction in the face of the HIV-AIDS pandemic is assessed with Dr. Anthony Fauci weighing in. Series finale.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of The Reagans from 24 votes.
Last updated: dec 14, 2020
A modernly-divisive look at political history. How cleverly it presents a one-sided view of the truth is actually impressive, but also sad that it can pass as a "documentary" these days. It reminds me of conspiracy theories that Jar-Jar Binks is the Emperor.
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