Ronald Reagan, a man who was first elected President more than forty years ago, remains one of the most impactful and influential conservative politicians in American history. Reagan, who made it in Hollywood before he made it to the White House, was a towering statesman, a favorite of Republicans and Democrats alike, and a man whose image recalls a past which may never have existed in the first place. How we view Reagan is one way in which America reveals itself, and more importantly, what we leave out of his story are some of the things that we most need to remember. On the first episode of the third season of “Who Is?,” join Sean Morrow, host of “Who Is?,” for a critical reevaluation of Reagan, his administration, and his legacy.
Mayor Willie Brown, former Mayor of San Francisco and former Speaker of the California State Assembly
Maria Foscarinis, Founder and Executive Director of the National Homelessness Law Center
Jo-Marie Burt, Professor of Political Science and Latin American Studies at George Mason University
Elizabeth Oglesby, Professor of Latin American Studies and Geography at the University of Arizona
Monica Prasad, Professor of Sociology at Northwestern University
Paul Volberding, a physician who has been fighting HIV/AIDS since the beginning of the epidemic
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