Lessons from Ronald Reagan and his ranch


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Leadership is lacking in Washington and across the nation. Young people are drifting from the principles and values that have shaped America from its founding. Legacies born of big ideas, civil debate, open dialogue and American optimism seem to be fading from the public square and the collective memory of the country. Ronald Reagan was the happy warrior and the great communicator. He was a president who challenged citizens to believe in themselves as well as their neighbors. Andrew Coffin, director of the Reagan Ranch and vice president of Young America's Foundation joins us to discuss the return of Reaganesque leadership, preservation of a legacy worth keeping and instilling principles in the rising generation on this episode of, Therefore, What? Sign up to get each episode of this weekly podcast delivered to your inbox. Sign Up Here

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