As the United States wades through a period of economic and social uncertainty, many Americans are desperately in search of a way to veer the nation back to a healthier path.
Michael Reagan, the oldest son of former President Ronald Reagan, suggests the political principals by which his late father governed may hold the key to restoring America to its former greatness.
In Reagan's new book, The New Reagan Revolution, which is based on his father's 1976 RNC Convention address, he makes his case by drawing parallels between the challenges the U.S. faces today and those of the 1970s.
Michael Reagan talked more about his father's legacy on The 700 Club, Feb. 3. Click play to watch the full uncut interview.
"Then, as now our nation seemed to be in decline, our national security in doubt, our economy unraveling," former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich writes in the book's forward.
"The principles of Ronald Reagan turned America around in the 1980s - and only the principles of Ronald Reagan can do so again," Gringrich wrote.
Originally aired on Feb. 3, 2011.