Martin Anderson

Martin Anderson is the Keith and Jan Hurlbut Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. Born in Lowell, Massachusetts, August 5, 1936, son of Ralph and Evelyn Anderson. A.B. summa cum laude, Dartmouth College, 1957; M.S. in engineering and business administration, Thayer School of Engineering and Tuck School of Business Administration, 1958; Ph.D. in industrial management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1962. Married Annelise Graebner, September 25, 1965. He passed away on January 3, 2015.


Martin Anderson's Books

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Ronald Reagan

Authors: Martin Anderson, Annelise Anderson
ISBN: 978-0-8179-1834-7

The authors offer new perspectives on Ronald Reagan’s primary accomplishment as president: persuading the Soviets to reduce their nuclear arsenals and end the Cold War. They detail how he achieved this success and in the process explain why Americans consider Reagan one of our greatest presidents.

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Author: Martin Anderson
ISBN: 978-0-8179-6811-3

Welfare is a seminal work providing unusual insights into how national policy decisions are made and is a major contribution to the literature of political economy. Readable and straightforward, Welfare tells the story of what welfare reform is really all about—and what is at stake for our society.

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Author: Martin Anderson
ISBN: 978-0-8179-8992-7

Revolution: the Reagan Legacy gives a vivid account of how Reagan came to power, the way he governed, and the people around him—Bush, Haig, Deaver, Weinberger, Shultz, Stockman, Jim Baker, Don Regan, Casey, North—right through a detailed analysis of the Iran-Contra affair.

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