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Milestones Sep. 3, 2007

DIED TIME Magazine called him the "vicar of visuals," the man who changed U.S. politics by expertly choreographing Ronald Reagan's public image. As one of...

Acid Raining on Deaver's Parade

The title is pompous and a bit puzzling. But when hearings begin Tuesday on the proposed Integrity in Post Employment Act of 1986, there should be little mystery...

The Bill Comes Due for Deaver

Once courted by influence seekers for his direct access to the White House, former Reagan Aide Michael Deaver now stands almost alone. His formerly lucrative...

Much Ado About Deaver

Pity, if you can, Michael Deaver. Last week he surrendered the White House pass that Ronald Reagan had allowed him to keep when he left the Administration a year...

Pondering A High-Proof Defense

Michael Deaver's history of drug and alcohol use was short but dramatic: rushed to the hospital with kidney failure the day before Ronald Reagan's second...

Books: Blind Tributes BEHIND THE SCENES

During his four years as White House deputy chief of staff, Michael Deaver was the protector and projector of Ronald's and Nancy Reagan's public images. He was...

Law: Debate Over Special Prosecutors

Call it the Week of the Special Prosecutor. The guilty verdict in the case of former White House Aide Michael Deaver was the first obtained by an independent...

Picking On the Prosecutors

Getting to the bottom of governmental wrongdoing is something of a cottage industry in Washington nowadays. No fewer than four independent counsel -- formerly...

Co-Starring At the White House

It was nearly noon, and Nancy Reagan stood in the Red Room with a butler, waiting. Over in the Oval Office, her husband had just finished the most consequential...

The President's Men

It is a Washington rite of passage: a member of the President's inner council leaves under fire. His departure certifies that the new Administration is no...

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