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Event - Onstage at the Reagan Library with Ken Khachigian

July 30, 2024

Schedule

6:00 p.m. - Program

7:00 p.m. - Book Signing

Simi Valley, CA.

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Event - Onstage at the Reagan Library with Ken Khachigian

July 30, 2024

Schedule

6:00 p.m. - Program

7:00 p.m. - Book Signing

Simi Valley, CA.

“This is essential reading for anyone wanting to know how Ronald Reagan shaped his crusading message of economic growth through tax cuts and limited government. Khachigian’s is a fascinating account by one who takes you into the rooms where the decisions were made.” —LARRY KUDLOW, Host of Fox Business Network’s “Kudlow” and Former Director, National Economic Council

Please join us for an in-person event with acclaimed American political consultant, speechwriter and attorney Ken Khachigian to discuss his latest book, Behind Closed Doors: In The Room with Reagan & Nixon (Publication Date: July 23, 2024).  All books must be purchased through the Reagan Library Museum Store to receive signature. 

To sign up for the program and/or to pre-purchase books, please click here.

Behind Closed Doors is a compelling insider’s account by the trusted adviser and confidant to America’s presidential giants and political legends.  In the book, Ken Khachigian draws the curtains back to provide today’s only hands-on narrative of his most private, historic moments with Presidents Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon during revolutionary changes in our economy, politics, communications, foreign policy, and culture.

Ken Khachigian with President Reagan

Ken Khachigian, known as the “Lion of California GOP [Republican Party] Politics,” is a political strategist who has served as an adviser on nine presidential campaigns. He served as President Ronald Reagan’s chief speechwriter, worked directly at his side through both landslide election victories, and helped write President Reagan’s first inaugural address along with many of his memorable addresses.

“A profoundly fascinating insider’s look at the Cold War’s most legendary presidents.”
— HUGH HEWITT, BROADCAST JOURNALIST AND WASHINGTON POST COLUMNIST