Still “Time for Choosing”

A very fun day today at the Reagan Library, reviewing the 50th anniversary of Reagan’s “Time for Choosing” speech.  The dean of Reagan-era journalists, Lou Cannon, and his son Carl Cannon, nowadays making his own mark in journalism at RealClearPolitics and elsewhere, joined me for a terrific panel discussion.  Amy Otto of tweeted out this photo:

Panel copy

I’ll post up the complete text of my lecture, though I shortened down the delivery considerably, after I edit it just a bit more.  (And I’ll post a link to full video once it is available.)

But in the meantime, the Reagan Library posted this morning the following four-minute video about The Speech that they kindly invited me to narrate:

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