Dutch is the story of Ronald Reagan's life from his childhood through his presidency. Morris leaves out very little. He talks about Reagan's college life, his stint as a sports caster, his acting career, his union presidency, and his complete political career in Sacramento and Washington, DC. Reagan's personal life is also covered--both his first marriage to Jane Wyman and his second to Nancy.
Perhaps the most controversial aspect of this book is the author's decision to intrude himself as a fictional character into the life of his subject.
The review of this Book prepared by Jack Goodstein