A historian’s first look at her life Nancy Reagan died this weekend. She had been with us through so much. She lived through so much. She suffered so much. I talked with historian Alvin Felzenberg — who has written about presidents and is working on a book on National Review founder William F. Buckley Jr. — about her life and her legacy. — KJL
ALVIN FELZENBERG: I will remember her as a wonderful woman of elegance, charm, grace, and intelligence. She had a keen and clever wit. Bill Buckley picked upon this immediately.