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New Mexico On Reagan

From: Angela Taylor
Length: 04:15

New Mexicans comment on the late President Ronald Reagan's legacy. Read the full description.

Default-piece-image-0 As the world eulogizes the late President Ronald Reagan, little is being reported about the developing discourse on his legacy in Small Town, U.S.A. "New Mexicans on Reagan" fills in the blanks with help from some folks in Santa Fe. Oh, yeah, I almost forgot...you'll hear some bits on cowboys, Shakespeare and Glen Miller, too....

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Piece Description

As the world eulogizes the late President Ronald Reagan, little is being reported about the developing discourse on his legacy in Small Town, U.S.A. "New Mexicans on Reagan" fills in the blanks with help from some folks in Santa Fe. Oh, yeah, I almost forgot...you'll hear some bits on cowboys, Shakespeare and Glen Miller, too....

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Review of New Mexico On Reagan

Has a good variety of interviews though I could use 1 or 2 more. There are some holes in the dialoge at the begining (or could be my streaming) the music is nice but long at the end. Not very dynamic but thorough.

Broadcast History

Not braodcast as of June 10, 2004

Musical Works

"Along the Santa Fe Trail," Glenn Miller