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Reagan

Ronald. 1911--2004, US film actor and Republican statesman: Governor of California (1966--74): 40th president of the US (1981--89)
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Sunday marks Ronald Reagan Day, a time designated by the Ronald Reagan Legacy Project to preserve his work and views.
I can imagine how Mikhail Gorbachev must have felt when he faced Reagan at Reykjavik in 1986.
Although each contributor offers his own particular list, the case for Reagan pivots around what James Ceaser calls "The Big Four" (p.
Something more than revulsion toward Bush has been at work in other quarters, however, as a number of journalists and academics have begun to re-evaluate the Reagan record.
Paul Kengor's The Crusader: Ronald Reagan and the Fall of Communism, contends that Reagan's goal of defeating communism and winning the Cold War can be traced to his early struggles against communists in Hollywood as head of the Screen Actors Guild in the late 1940s.
Those of us who have spent time in the Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Business, hold President Reagan in especially high regard.
Alexander Haig, the Secretary of State, asked Reagan to approve continuing negotiations for the Law of the Sea Treaty.
Reagan expected the same sort of reformation in his own kingdom of Judah.
This is a proud moment in the ship's history, and a goal we've been working toward since the ship's commissioning just over 10 months ago," said Ronald Reagan CO Capt.
Ironically, whereas Reagan was raised in a household marked by a distinct lack of Catholicism, later, as president, he was surrounded by serious Catholics with whom he tried to change the world.
Yet the facts are just the opposite: Reagan presided over the largest federal government since the end of World War II.