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At Reagan's Side : Twenty Years in the Political Mainstream epub

by Helene Von Damm


At Reagan's Side : Twenty Years in the Political Mainstream epub

ISBN: 0385244452

ISBN13: 978-0385244459

Author: Helene Von Damm

Category: Memoris

Language: English

Publisher: Doubleday; 1st edition (December 16, 1988)

Pages: 341 pages

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After Reagan was elected president, von Damm was named Director for Presidential Personnel, and held that position for two . Von Damm, Helene (1989). At Reagan's Side: Twenty Years in the Political Mainstream. ISBN 978-0-385-24445-9.

After Reagan was elected president, von Damm was named Director for Presidential Personnel, and held that position for two years until 1983. Von Damm was appointed US Ambassador to Austria in 1983  .

Illuminates the life of a top aide in the Reagan administration who went on to become an ambassador to her native Austria, her Austrian childhood, and her long career in the political arena.

Bibliographic Details. Title: At Reagan's Side : Twenty Years in the. For nearly 20 years, since she worked on his gubernatorial campaign, von Damm has been professionally involved with Ronald Reagan. Publisher: Doubleday, New York. Publication Date: 1989. An unwavering loyalist, she began as a typist, eventually becoming ambassador to her native Austria, a post she resigned under pressure in 1985. Many of the intervening years were spent in close company with the President and his senior staff. Yet this addition to the list of "insider" books sheds little new light on the workings of the Reagan White House.

Twenty Years in the Political Mainstream. Published December 16, 1988 by Doubleday There's no description for this book yet. Published December 16, 1988 by Doubleday.

Adapted from ''At Reagan's Side: Twenty Years in the Political Mainstream'' by Helene von Damm. To be published in January by Doubleday, a division of Doubleday, Dell. Helene von Damm, a former United States Ambassador to Austria, was for many years personal secretary, and then a special assistant, to Ronald Reagan.

At Reagan's Side : Twenty Years in the Political Mainstream. Little time (one chapter) is devoted to his early years-1950 to 1965-as a correspondent for Copley News Service, but Nofziger manages to critique contemporary political reporters, their methods, and their ethics. The remainder of the book concerns Nofziger's adventures within the political system, first with Reagan as governor in California, then with presidents Nixon and Reagan, and finally as a lobbyist.

At Reagan’s Side-Twenty Years in the Political Mainstream. One of the greatest challenges of a new presidential administration is recruiting and bringing on board the political appointees who will help the new president lead the executive branch

At Reagan’s Side-Twenty Years in the Political Mainstream. Helene Von. Richard Nixon: . Socialite Wasn’t Made Ambassador Just Because She Had ‘Big Bosoms,’ Talking Points Memo. One of the greatest challenges of a new presidential administration is recruiting and bringing on board the political appointees who will help the new president lead the executive branch. The people who carry out this task for the president work in the Office of Presidential Personnel (OPP). This article presents an overview of the OPP and how it functions during the transition and early months of a new administration.

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Helene Von Damm, At Reagan’s Side-Twenty Years in the Political Mainstream, New York: Doubleday, 1989, 21. oogle Scholar. Miller Center, Interview with E. Pendleton James. George Herring, From Colony to Superpower, New York: Oxford University Press, 2008, 864–865.

Illuminates the life of a top aide in the Reagan administration who went on to become an ambassador to her native Austria, her Austrian childhood, and her long career in the political arena