Reagan Ranch Roundtable Featuring Martin & Annelise Anderson
February 19, 2010
The Reagan Ranch Center, Santa Barbara, CA
The February Wendy. P. McCaw Reagan Ranch Roundtable will feature best-selling authors and Hoover Institution Fellows Martin & Annelise Anderson on Friday, February 19, 2010.
A selection of Martin and Annelise Anderson’s books will be available for sale and signing at the Roundtable Luncheon.
You must RSVP in advance, as space is limited.
When Friday, February 19, 2010
Where: The Reagan Ranch Center
217 State Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
RSVP: By February 13 to Meredith by phone only at 805.957.1980
Cost: $35/person pre-pay (payment at time of RSVP)
$45/person at the door (advance RSVP still required)
Students Free (advance RSVP still required)
About Martin and Annelise Anderson
Martin and Annelise Anderson, husband and wife, are coauthors of the New York Times bestsellers Reagan: In His Own Hand; Reagan: A Life in Letters; and Reagan’s Path to Victory. Both are Fellows at the Hoover Institution. Martin, an M.I.T. Ph.D., worked in the Reagan White House as an economic policy adviser and, more recently, sat on the Pentagon’s defense-policy board. Annelise, a Columbia Ph.D., was a senior policy adviser to the Reagan presidential campaign and was an associate director within Reagan’s Office of Management and Budget, where she was responsible for the budgets of five Cabinet departments and more than forty other agencies.
In the Anderson’s most recent book, Reagan’s Secret War, they were granted unprecedented access to the Reagan Library's innermost vault. They discovered irrefutable evidence that Reagan intended to bring down the Soviet Union, that eliminating nuclear weapons was his paramount objective, and that Reagan himself was the principal architect of policies that ultimately brought the Soviets to the negotiating table.
About the Reagan Ranch Roundtable Luncheons
The Reagan Ranch Roundtable is typically held on the third Friday of each month at the Reagan Ranch Center in downtown Santa Barbara. Designed especially for the Santa Barbara community, the luncheons advance the principles that Ronald Reagan championed—individual freedom, a strong national defense, free enterprise, and traditional values. Santa Barbara community members and students gather to hear from speakers such as Jonah Goldberg, Dennis Prager,and Ken Starr, Michelle Malkin, and John Stossel.