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  1. Ronald Reagan (Getting to Know the Us Presidents)
  2. Public Papers of the Presidents Ronald Reagan by U.S. Government, 1989
  3. Memorial Services in the Congress of the United States and Tributes in Eulogy of Ronald Reagan Late a President of the United States
  4. Ronald Reagan And Free China by Anthony Kubek, 2002-10-05
  5. Ronald Reagan Late a President of the United States MEMORIAL TRIBUTES DELIVERED IN CONGRESS by US Government Printing Office, 2005
  6. Public Papers of the Presidents Ronald Reagan by U.S. Government, 1985
  7. Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States, Ronald Reagan, 1983, Book 1: January 1 to July 1, 1983 by Ronald Reagan, 1984-01-01
  8. Public Papers of the Presidents Ronald Reagan by U.S. Government, 1982
  9. Public Papers of the Presidents Ronald Reagan by U.S. Government, 1991
  10. Public Papers of the Presidents Ronald Reagan by U.S. Government, 1990
  11. Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States, Ronald Reagan, 1984, Book 2, June 30 to December 31, 1984
  12. What Reagan Is Doing to Us (Perennial library) by Alan Gartner, 1982-09

61. 40. Ronald Reagan -- Eric's US Presidents Forum
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62. President Ronald Reagan
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63. Alibris: Reagan Ronald
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64. Supporters Push Ronald Reagan University (
support, from senior aides to the former president. fundraising until Nancy reagangives us formal approval Plans for ronald reagan U. were made public for the
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Wednesday, April 28, 2004; Page A03 DENVER, April 27 On the silver screen, he was a college football hero and a cheerleader. He played cadets at two different military academies. He appeared as a zoology professor in the Hollywood classic "Bedtime for Bonzo." But now America's only movie-star-turned-president may have another dramatic role in higher education: as the namesake and inspiration for Ronald Reagan University. Backers of the ambitious plan to build a private university outside Denver that would focus on the former president's economic and diplomatic principles asked the Colorado legislature this week to endorse the idea. With a 200-acre campus site donated by a prominent Colorado Republican, the plans call for construction to begin next year and a student body of 10,000 to be in classes before the end of the decade. "We have worked with an architect, and we think we're looking at an $850 million construction budget," said Terry Walker, a former professor and administrator at the University of Louisiana who is serving as founding president of the proposed school. "We are planning for a full-scale university, with a law school, business school and a graduate school of foreign affairs and public policy. We also want a performing arts school, to reflect the president's long movie career."

65. American President
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Your name Email City State Question document.write(""); Presidency in History Biography First Lady Cabinet ... Presidency in Action search: Ronald Wilson Reagan (1981-1989) 40th President of the United States
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Born : February 6, 1911, Tampico, IL
Nickname : "The Great Communicator"
Education : Eureka College (1932)
Religion : Christian Church
Marriage : January 25, 1940, to Jane Wyman (1914- ), divorced, 1948; March 4, 1952, to Nancy Davis (1923- )
Children : Maureen Elizabeth Reagan (1941- ); Michael Edward Reagan (1945- ); Patricia Ann Reagan (1952- ); Ronald Prescott Reagan (1958- )
Career : Actor, public official
Political Party : Republican
Writings Where's the Rest of Me? The Creative Society Abortion and the Conscience of the Nation Speaking My Mind An American Life Died : June 5, 2004 Buried : Simi Valley, California Consulting Editor Biography: Early Years Ronald Wilson Reagan was born in 1911 in Tampico, Illinois, the second son of Jack and Nelle Reagan. He had a difficult childhood. His father was an itinerant shoe salesman and an alcoholic. In school, his undiagnosed nearsightedness held him back until a writing teacher named B. J. Frazier brought out the boy's native talent. "I was always called on to read [my papers]," Reagan remembered. "Maybe that's where the 'ham' began." Public speaking would become Reagan's passion, a practice he combined with his own brand of humor and optimism. The caption beneath his high school yearbook picture read, "Life is just one grand sweet song, so start the music."

66. Reagan Library And Museum
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Mrs. Ronald Reagan issued the following statement from her home in Los Angeles, California:
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president ronald reagan's essay against abortion, from spring, 1983.


... HOME Abortion and the Conscience of the Nation Ronald Reagan Ronald Reagan, while sitting as the fortieth president of the United States, sent us this article shortly after the tenth anniversary of Roe v. Wade; we printed it with pride in our Spring, 1983 issue, and reprint it now, after Roe's twentieth anniversary, just as proudly. The 10th anniversary of the Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade is a good time for us to pause and reflect. Our nationwide policy of abortion-on-demand through all nine months of pregnancy was neither voted for by our people nor enacted by our legislators— not a single state had such unrestricted abortion before the Supreme Court decreed it to be national policy in 1973. But the consequences of this judicial decision are now obvious: since 1973, more than 15 million unborn children have had their lives snuffed out by legalized abortions. That is over ten times the number of Americans lost in all our nation's wars. Make no mistake, abortion-on-demand is not a right granted by the Constitution. No serious scholar, including one disposed to agree with the Court's result, has argued that the framers of the Constitution intended to create such a right. Shortly after the

68. Ronald Reagan 1911 - 2004
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69. Ronald Wilson Reagan
HistoryHistory and Government—us Presidents—Biographies of the Presidents.ronald Wilson reagan. Born 2/6/1911 Birthplace Tampico, Ill.
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    Tampico, Ill. Ronald Wilson Reagan rode to the presidency in 1980 on a tide of resurgent right-wing sentiment among an electorate longing for a distant, simpler era. He left office in Jan. 1989 with two-thirds of the American people approving his performance during his two terms. It was the highest rating for any retiring president since World War II. Reagan earned a BA degree in 1932 from Eureka (Ill.) College, where a photographic memory aided in his studies and in debating and college theatricals. During the Depression, he made $100 a week as a sports announcer for radio station WHO in Des Moines, Iowa. His career as a film and TV actor stretched from 1937 to 1966, and his salary climbed to $3,500 a week. As a World War II captain in army film studios, Reagan recoiled from what he saw as the laziness of civil service workers, and moved to the Right. As president of the Screen Actors Guild, he resisted what he considered a Communist plot to subvert the film industry. With advancing age, Reagan left leading-man roles and became a television spokesman for the General Electric Company.

70. Ronald Reagan... Tampico, Illinois
Birthplace and boyhood home of the former president. Official site that features stories of his youth. Born February 6, 1911, in a flat above the local bank.
TAMPICO, ILL. I was born February 6, 1911, in a flat above the local bank in Tampico, Illinois. According to family legend, when my father ran up the stairs and looked at his newborn son, he quipped: "He looks like a fat little Dutchman. But who knows, he might grow up to be president some day." During my mother's pregnancy, my parents had decided to call me Donald. But after one of her sisters beat her to it and named her son Donald, I became Ronald. I never thought "Ronald" was rugged enough for a young red-blooded American boy and as soon as I could, I asked people to call me "Dutch." That was a nickname that grew out of my father's calling me "the Dutchman" whenever he referred to me. M y delivery, I was told, was a difficult one and my mother was informed that she shouldn't have any more children. So that left four of us - Jack, Nelle, and my brother, Neil, who had been born two years earlier. In high school, my brother had a teammate on the football team, Winston McReynolds, who was his closest buddy and they were so inseparable the other players began referring to Neil as "Moon" and Winston as "Mushmouth" - the names of the two lead characters in the "Moon Mullins" comic strip. Neil's nickname stuck and, from then on, about the only person who ever called him Neil was my mother. M y dad - his name was John Edward Reagan but everyone called him Jack - was destined by God, I think, to be a salesman. His forebears had come to America from County Tipperary by way of England during Ireland's potato famine and he was endowed with the gift of blarney and the charm of a leprechaun. No one I ever met could tell a story better than he could. Nelle Wilson Reagan, my mother, was of Scots-English ancestry. She met and fell in love with my father shortly after the turn of the century in one of the tiny farm towns that were planted on the Illinois prairie by pioneers as they moved westward across the continent during the nineteenth century. They were married in Fulton, Illinois, about forty miles from Dixon, in 1904.

71. The Tuskegee Airmen Tributes
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72. Stories In His Own Hand Everyday Wisdom Of Ronald Reagan @
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73. Archive Flashback On NRO
An article by U.S. president ronald reagan crediting Thatcher with inspiring and reinvigorating Western civilization.


Her real legacy.
By Ronald Reagan, the 40th president of the United States
From the May 19, 1989, issue of National Review Printer-Friendly E-mail a Friend One billboard in Britain this election day has Conservative William Hague drawn with Margaret Thatcher-like hair. The words: "Be afraid. Be very afraid." And so NRO goes to Ronald Reagan for a more accurate take on Lady Thatcher from an article the president wrote in a May 1989 issue of National Review ome years ago, while I was still Governor of California, I was invited to address a large meeting of business leaders in London. Upon arrival, I met another American and longtime friend, the late Justin Dart. The British Conservative Party had just elected Margaret Thatcher Leader of the Party. She was the first woman to hold that position and, if the Conservative Party actually won an election, she would automatically become Prime Minister. That, too, would be a first. Justin knew the Thatchers and arranged a meeting for me with the new Party Leader. I shall be forever grateful. We found there were great areas of agreement on the economy and government's proper role with regard to the private sector. That first meeting in her office lasted the better part of an hour and a half.

74. President Bush Speaks At Christening Ceremony For The USS Ronald Reagan
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Newport News, Virginia 2:52 P.M. EST THE PRESIDENT: Thank you all. Thank you very much. Mr. Secretary, thank you for those kind words. I picked the right man to be the Secretary of Defense at this time in history. Mrs. Reagan, it is an honor to be with you. Reagan family members, friends of the great President, Laura and I are honored to be here. We join with the Governor and Senator of this state in asking for God's blessings on those who lost their lives yesterday, and for their families. Bill, thank you very much for your hospitality. Secretary Powell and Secretary Abraham, Leader Lott, Chairman Warner I can't tell if you're trying to retire me early (laughter) or influence my behavior. (Laughter.)

75. Eureka College Republicans
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76. Presidents Of The United States
Attempts, and Security Measures, Resources about the four us Presidents who were Jackson,Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S Truman, Gerald Ford, and ronald reagan.
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77. - Ronald Reagan
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Ronald Wilson Reagan (born February 6 , 1911 ) was the 40th ( 1981 - 1989 ) President of the United States and the 33rd Governor of California . Reagan was also an actor in films before entering politics. He is the longest-lived person to have served as President, as well as the oldest elected President (69 years and 349 days). He was the first divorced person to be elected President. Order: 40th President Term of Office: January 20 , 1981 - January 20 , 1989 Predecessor: Jimmy Carter Successor: George H. W. Bush Date of Birth: Monday , February 6 , 1911 Place of Birth: Tampico, Illinois First Lady : Nancy Davis Profession: Actor Political Party : Republican Vice President : George H. W. Bush
Early life and career
Reagan attended Eureka College in Eureka, Illinois , graduating in 1932 . Child of an alcoholic father, Reagan developed an early gift for storytelling and acting . He was a radio announcer of Chicago Cubs games, getting only the bare outlines of the game from a ticker and relying on his imagination and storytelling gifts to flesh out the game. Once in 1934 , during the ninth inning of a Cubs - St. Louis Cardinals game, the wire went dead. Reagan smoothly improvised a fictional play-by-play (in which hitters on both teams gained a superhuman ability to foul off pitches) until the wire was restored. Film career Reagan had a successful career in Hollywood as a second-rank leading man, as his face and body were as handsome as his voice. In 1940 he played the role of George "The Gipper" Gipp in the film Knute Rockne All American , from which he acquired the nickname the Gipper , which he retained the rest of his life. Reagan himself considered that his best acting work was in Kings Row ( 1942 ). Other notable Reagan films include Hellcats of the Navy and the campy Bedtime for Bonzo . He has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6374 Hollywood Blvd.

79. Ronald Reagan's Home Page
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80. A Tribute To Ronald Reagan
Points out the connection between the former president's foreign policy and recent Middle East turmoil.
A Tribute in Honor of... Ronald Reagan Hey, Ronnie! We Americans have so much to thank you for! Partners? You bet! Is that a snappy new suit Osama's wearing? Who'd a' thunk!? (Hey, Ronnie - Osama bin Laden thanks you too!) We hear bin Laden and Saddam Hussein aren't on speaking terms these days, but so what! Thanks to you, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Ollie North and UNOCAL, we've got plenty to keep us busy these days! Hey, just one thing - let us know next time a few of your old buddies wanna fly over here to the U.S. for a visit, so we can be prepared! We've got a crack team of, er, "volunteers" - they call themselves "The Carlyle Group," whatever that means - who can't wait to climb our tallest buildings and watch for incoming planes! We sure appreciate that, cause we'd just as soon stay at ground level where the only thing we have to watch out for is the ANTHRAX making the rounds from one of "our" secret U.S. government labs! (Thanks for that too!)

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