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  Morning in America - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Morning in America" is the common name of an effective political campaign television commercial formally titled "Prouder, Stronger, Better" and featuring the opening line "It's morning again in America." The ad was part of the 1984 U.S. presidential campaign of Republican Party candidate Ronald Reagan.
It featured a montage of images of Americans going to work and a calm, optimistic narration that suggested that improvements to the U.S. economy since his 1980 election were due the Ronald Reagan's policies and asked voters why they would want to return to the pre-Reagan policies of Democrats like his opponent.
"Bill Bennett's Morning in America" is the name of prominent conservative William Bennett's radio talk show, a direct reference to the ad.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Morning_in_America   (627 words)

 Good Morning America - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Morning Exchange also established a group of regular guests who were experts in certain fields such as health, entertainment, consumer affairs, travel, etc. Also unlike both the NBC and ABC shows, The Morning Exchange was not broadcast from a newsroom set but instead one that resembled a suburban living room.
Good Morning America ratings climbed slowly but steadily throughout the 1970s and into the 1980s while The Today Show experienced a slight slump in viewership, especially with Walters' decision to leave NBC for a job at ABC.
There is speculation that Diane Sawyer will leave her seat at Good Morning America when her contract expires in 2007 due to the fact that she was coveting the World News Tonight anchor job which was given to Gibson.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Good_Morning_America   (1608 words)

 It's morning in America
America the bastion of freedom, the giver of freedom, the fighter for freedom, the nation founded on freedom.
America that never fought a war for conquest, but only to bring mankind to its natural God given state, freedom.
The long winter of cold and dark nights, when America’s critics could impugn her motives, twist her history, and denigrate both her legacy and mission, had ended in a celebration of her virtues.
www.renewamerica.us /columns/cox/031109   (955 words)

 Troy, G.: Morning in America: How Ronald Reagan Invented the 1980's.
The answer, for both his admirers and his detractors, is often "yes." In Morning in America, Gil Troy argues that the Great Communicator was also the Great Conciliator.
Written with verve, Morning in America is both a major new look at one of America's most influential modern-day presidents and the definitive story of a decade that continues to shape our times.
"Morning in America is the rarest of academic histories: insightful, energetic, and a joy to read."--Peter Schweizer, The New York Sun
www.pupress.princeton.edu /titles/7920.html   (538 words)

 Goldberg File on Jonah Goldberg on National Review Online
I've listened to a lot of C-SPAN callers this morning, they generally sound like angry first wives who somehow think Republicans are responsible for their husbands taking off with the Xerox Bunny.
For the last year Bush has been MIA on domestic policy, and if he doesn't get some big stuff accomplished, there's every reason to believe the GOP could lose the House, the Senate, and the presidency to Al Gore and the forces of Mordor.
His MIA bit hasn't gotten him in too much trouble this last year because of the war on terrorism.
www.nationalreview.com /goldberg/goldberg110602.asp   (1485 words)

 Salem Radio Network -- Programming That Delivers
William J. Bennett is one of America's most important, influential and respected voices on cultural, political, and education issues.
He is a co-director of Empower America, Chairman and co-founder of the education company K12, Inc. and the Washington Fellow of the Claremont Institute.
He is also the chairman of Americans for Victory over Terrorism, a project dedicated to sustaining and strengthening public opinion as the war on terrorism moves forward.
www.srnonline.com /talk/talk-bennett.shtml   (498 words)

 Sample Chapter for Troy, G.: Morning in America: How Ronald Reagan Invented the 1980's.
Reagan's optimism was heartfelt and legendary, springing from his faith in America, the resilient, innocent era that nurtured him, and his storybook rise from the shame of having a drunken, ineffectual father and a religiously iconoclastic mother in small-town USA to Hollywood fame and presidential immortality.
There was a sense in the 1980s of "Morning in America," as the economy soared, the Soviet Union faltered, and American patriotism surged.
But there was mourning in America, too, as the social pathologies of crime, drugs, ghettoization, failing schools, family breakdown, and ineffectual immigration policies persisted along with a growing superficiality and selfishness, even hard-heartedness, as the wealthy seemed to reap Reagan's bounty disproportionately.
www.pupress.princeton.edu /chapters/i7920.html   (6501 words)

 washingtonpost.com: The Morning After in America
The bull-market was the touchstone of his claims of "Morning in America." To admit it is late afternoon or maybe even twilight goes totally against the grain.
Skeptics were referred to the market as proof positive that the handwriting on the wall was the work of a forger, doubtless a Democrat.
But the financial community is ready to admit that it is the morning after the biggest binge in its history.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-srv/business/longterm/blackm/87octmorn.htm   (771 words)

 Ronnie Rayguns' Morning in America : Indybay
This, in spite of the commonly held belief that America's wealth was somehow related to Gods beneficence--a belief perpetrated by the moralistic hypocrites who had helped finance Mr.
Another development that was part and parcel of Ronnie Reagan's "morning in America" was the increasingly desperate scene on the streets.
A life that seemed to be a matter of choice for a good number of my fellows when I first hit the street had become a struggle for those of us who remained and those who arrived daily, thanks to the growing unemployment.
www.indybay.org /newsitems/2003/09/16/16459601.php   (1075 words)

 Morning in America Again
The immigrants, their families, and their supporters, are not angry with America.
And that freedom, which exists as a practical matter for many immigrants in America today, is under threat.
The bill the House passed is a cruel farce, which would turn (it is said, but no one really knows) 11 million working people into felons and criminalize all who assist them, including church and social workers.
www.commondreams.org /views06/0413-28.htm   (933 words)

 It's morning in America
It’s morning in AmericaÂ…and the city is shining brightly on a hill.
When it was time for him to leave in 1988, it was like saying goodbye to Grandpa America.
I know that for America there will always be a bright new dawn ahead.
www.sportsphds.com /editorials/readarticle.php?articleID=273   (1150 words)

 1c. "Morning in America": The Reagan Election [Beyond Books - PoliticalFest 2000]
Leading up to the election of 1980, Republicans coined the term "misery index" to refer to the combination of inflation and unemployment that was plaguing America during the Jimmy Carter years.
Americans across demographic lines were warmed by his promises for a stronger America domestically and overseas.
A 1984 Reagan campaign as declared proudly, "It's morning in America." Whether the claim was fact or fiction, American voters accepted Reagan's assurances and enthusiastically cried for a second term.
www.beyondbooks.com /gop00/1c.asp   (879 words)

 MORNING IN AMERICA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Jimmy Carter, in a 1979 speech, said America suffered from a "malaise." America was also suffering from Sky- high interest rates, inflation, and unemployment, and its prestige abroad had hit rock bottom-not things that inspire revelry.
If America was on a "downer," he shared the blame.
On came President Reagan, saying, "It's morning in America," 'Jobs and growth instead of tax and spend," and pledging to free the entrepreneurial spirit from excessive taxation and regulation.
www.policyreview.org /spring89/feulner.html   (847 words)

 Morning in America
The effort makes for a lively read, packed with insightful comments about the decade and its legacies.- PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY, March 21, 2005 MORNING IN AMERICA: How Ronald Reagan Invented the 1980s Gil Troy.
Library Journal: "balanced, thoughtful and thoroughly entertaining account of Reagan's legacy that is somewhat reminiscent of David Halberstam's The Fifties." - THE LIBRARY JOURNAL, MARCH 1, 2005 - TROY, GIL.
Morning in America: How Ronald Reagan Invented the 1980s.
www.arts.mcgill.ca /programs/history/faculty/TROYWEB/newsreviews.htm   (260 words)

 The Revealer: The Day After
“Morning in America”
The Possibility: “Morning in America” was iconic, innocent, and hard to resist, the portrait of a country finally scrubbed clean of the dirty places it had come from.
They were a direct response to the fact that, in that same season of The Day After and “Morning in America,” Reagan fostered a culture obsessed with its capacity to destroy itself with nuclear weapons.
Tell it to the decaying core of the America's cities, scorned by Reagan in favor of more highways to help those with the means escape to the burbs.
www.therevealer.org /archives/timely_000402.php   (3977 words)

 Morning in America
On important issues, Reagan would often go over the heads of pols and appeal to the common man for support of his traditional values agenda.
Reagan had confidence in the American people's willingness to embrace conservative views rooted in America's fundamental, Natural Law principles.
These principles, Bush would do well to remind America, are the most bipartisan of all, for they formed the basis of our founding and flow from a wisdom that is timeless and transcends party.
www.catholicexchange.com /vm/index.asp?art_id=937   (663 words)

 Morning In America - Compare Prices, Reviews and Buy at NexTag - Price - Review
Anti-Addiction FromulasThe Recovery America program, using the Morning and Evening Formulas, is designed to correct the nutritional and metabolic stress of drug and/or alcohol...
From the Land of Morning Calm: The Koreans in America
On the morning of May 26, 1934, a shimmering silver locomotive pulled out of Denver's Union Station bound for Chicago.
www.nextag.com /morning-in-america/search-html   (272 words)

 darrenweeks.net: Morning in America?
The ad is called called "Morning in America", and it addresses some important issues which will ring true to many Americans.
Again, the point is excellent about the extension of the space program and the associated costs at a time when Americans are losing their jobs, their homes, and are struggling to feed themselves.
Otherwise, instead enjoying "morning in America", we'll be mourning for America — the America we once knew.
www.darrenweeks.net /2004/02/morning-in-america.html   (1030 words)

 Morning In America - Wonkette
The Wash Post’s Red America blogger, and frequent target of unhinged attacks from us, has been revealed as a plagiarist (we do think it’s reached the point where the allegedly can be removed — once or twice you can blame on a college paper editor, but this is a bit much).
This afternoon 6,500 young men and women will be married, and with inflation at less than half of what it was just three days ago, they can look forward with confidence to the future.
It’s morning again in America, and under the blogging of Ben Domenech, our country is prouder and stronger and better.
www.wonkette.com /politics/morning-in-america   (300 words)

 Guardian | Bush aims to dodge tough poll issues
Senior figures close to Bush have spent months examining previous presidential campaigns in an effort to shape a winning strategy against a potentially tricky electoral backdrop.
They have settled on an approach echoing Ronald Reagan's dreamlike 'morning in America' re-election campaign of 1984, which successfully portrayed another divisive Republican President as a moderate 'father of the nation' in a series of television adverts which were light on actual politics but heavy on soft-focus camera work.
More surprisingly, Bush's team has also drawn lessons from Bill Clinton's successful 1996 campaign, which depicted the then incumbent as someone who was focused on doing his job, passing laws and making decisions, rather than taking part in a political campaign - what is called a 'Rose Garden strategy'.
www.guardian.co.uk /print/0,3858,4828864-110878,00.html   (692 words)

 Unfocused: Morning After in America
and references the Reagan era as the simplistic "morning in America."
If Ronnie was morning, then W could be considered the "morning after," at least according to his capabilities and performance.
Stretching the metaphor, Clinton seems to fit as precursor to this hung over morning after.
www.focusedperformance.com /2005/09/morning-after-in-america.html   (121 words)

 "Good Morning America" (1975)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Plot Summary: ABC-TV is the last network to debut TV Morning News & Information Service after NBC's Today and The CBS Morning News...
You always see the reporters doing things hands-on, which never is really seen with the other shows.
So, in general, if you are watching some other morning show, you should be watching Good Morning, America instead.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0072506   (333 words)

 The American Experience | Reagan | Timeline (1983 - 1985)
His "Morning in America" celebratory campaign strategy is unveiled.
Campaign ads celebrate accomplishments of his 1st term -- the economy is booming and there is a resurgence of patriotic pride.
The pilot is forced to fly to Beirut, where hijackers beat and kill Navy diver Robert Dean Stethem, then dump his body on thr tarmac.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/amex/reagan/timeline/index_4.html   (1917 words)

 Cookin' with GMA from WCHS-TV8
The following are recipes categorized from the archives of recipes broadcast on Good Morning America.
If you've seen a recipe that was broadcast recently, look in the Recent Recipes area to find it.
Select another recipe from the list at the left or return to Cookin' with Good Morning America Recipes.
www.wchstv.com /gmarecipes   (198 words)

 A Supposedly Staggering Infinite Work of Heartbreaking Illumination I'll Never Read: Morning in America
A Supposedly Staggering Infinite Work of Heartbreaking Illumination I'll Never Read: Morning in America
The Morning News is the kind of web publication I've always wanted to produce.
They publish new stories every day, their design is succinct and tasty, they drive it all with Movable Type, I don't see any typos, and I don't imagine anyone's getting paid.
ezone.org /finite/done/000208.html   (256 words)

 Bill Bennett's Official Home On The Web
Volume One of Dr. Bennett's masterpiece America: The Last Best Hope is now available.
America: The Last Best Hope is a vibrant account of this country's record from before the Founding of the United States to the present day.
Melanie Phillips on "the funk" that prevents us from fighting.
www.bennettmornings.com   (214 words)

 Media Matters - Blitzer missed opportunity to ask Bennett about his comment that Pulitzer-winning reporters should be ...
As blogger and attorney Glenn Greenwald noted, Bennett derided Risen, Lichtblau, and Priest for publishing leaked classified information "against the wishes of the president." He further argued that, rather than given awards, they should be arrested for violation of the Espionage Act.
We had reporters from The New York Times -- Risen and Lichtblau -- and a reporter from The Washington Post, Dana Priest -- took classified information, secret information, published it in their newspapers, against the wishes of the president, against the request of the president and others, that they not release it.
In September 2005, Media Matters for America questioned CNN's decision to hire Bennett as a commentator, noting his history of controversial statements, including his September 28, 2005, comment that "it's true that if you wanted to reduce crime...
mediamatters.org /items/200604180009   (1810 words)

 GMA Pasta Recipes from WCHS-TV8
GMA Recipes: Pasta recipes as broadcast on ABC's Good Morning America from world famous chefs like Emeril Lagasse, Wolfgang Puck, Sara Moulton and more.
Emeril roasted his for extra flavorful pasta salads on Good Morning America.
One of the winners of the Cut The Calories Cookoff 2000 on Good Morning America.
www.wchstv.com /gmarecipes/pasindex.html   (398 words)

 Morning in America by Gil Troy
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Announcement: In Person: Gil Troy @ Indigo Bay and Bloor, Toronto, Canada for a book signing of Morning in America Tuesday, June 21st, at 7:00pm
In Morning in America, Gil Troy's pioneering and lively reassessment of Ronald Reagan's legacy takes readers through the 1980s, integrating the story of the Reagan presidency with stories of the decade's cultural icons and watershed moments from personalities to popular television shows.
www.morninginamericabook.com   (86 words)

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