Archaeology of the Middle Reagan Period. A complete field manual for archaeologists working on this historically important period in our remote past. With his accustomed thoroughness, Dr. Boli shows where the most important remains of the Reagan Period can be found; how to identify remains of the period by its characteristic markers (such as the ubiquitous litter of Los Angeles Olympics memorabilia and Coca-Cola cans with the word “New” prominently displayed); how to conserve such fragile artifacts as LCD watches, primitive personal computers, and fast-food premiums; and how the Institute for North American Archaeology successfully reconstructed and displayed a remarkably complete Plymouth Reliant. Handy size for field work. 12mo, 264 pp.