Quoted in "How Reagan Became Reagan", by Stephen F. Hayward. (Claremont Review of Books Fall 2004), a good profile of our late President and his unique brand of conservatism.
Mr. Hayward also notes with amusement Reagan's imaginative mention of "the threat of interplanetary invasion" to throw Gorbachev for a loop during their first face-to-face meeting:
Mr. Hayward is the author of The Age of Reagan, 1964-1980: The Fall of the Old Liberal Order; what appears to be an interesting bit of history before my time. I've added it to my reading list.