An Interview with Michael Deaver NPR's Scott Simon talks to Michael Deaver, former aide to President Ronald Reagan. Deaver's new book, A Different Drummer, describes his thirty years with Mr. Reagan, starting out in the mid 1960s as a low-level aide to the then-governor of California. Michael Deaver was President Reagan's deputy chief of staff and one of his closest confidantes. (A Different Drummer is published by Harper Collins.)

An Interview with Michael Deaver

An Interview with Michael Deaver

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NPR's Scott Simon talks to Michael Deaver, former aide to President Ronald Reagan. Deaver's new book, A Different Drummer, describes his thirty years with Mr. Reagan, starting out in the mid 1960s as a low-level aide to the then-governor of California. Michael Deaver was President Reagan's deputy chief of staff and one of his closest confidantes. (A Different Drummer is published by Harper Collins.)