I’ll be a guest on Bill Bennett’s “Morning in America” radio show tomorrow at 8:05 am eastern time to discuss the 50th anniversary of the “Time for Choosing” speech. Check the website for a broadcast station nearby or to listen online. And there’s still time to make your reservation (free) to my lecture and panel discussion about The Speech at the Reagan Library tomorrow morning at 11:00 a.m. Pacific time. But if you can’t make it, a condensed version of my talk is out this morning as a feature in the Washington Post‘s Sunday Outlook section. If you aren’t in the area or can’t come, the Library always tapes and posts these events on their site later, and I’ll post the complete text of my remarks here after I give them.
In addition to my Post article, David Shribman of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has a nice piece out today comparing Reagan and LBJ that is worth a read.