President Reagan

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Noun1.President Reagan - 40th President of the United States (1911-2004)President Reagan - 40th President of the United States (1911-2004)
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We will never forget President Reagan, and his legacy will live on for generations."
The authors of the various chapters--several were members of President Reagan's National Security Council staff --single him out as the progenitor of the "grand strategy" that brought down the Soviet Union.
President Reagan survived and the cause for which we all work so hard benefitted enormously.
President Reagan made the following statement on the United States' defense policy: "Our defense policy is based on a very simple premise: The United States will not start fights.
President Reagan thought deeply about the great issues of his time, and could communicate his thoughts simply and clearly, both in spoken and written words.
The incident took place during President Reagan's visit to the home of his ancestors in Ballyporeen, Co Tipperary, on June 3, 1984.
The 5 inch glass vial with a half inch diameter contains the dried blood residue from President Reagan (1911-2004) which was collected after an assassination attempt in 1981.
Deputy White House press secretary Bill Burton said that one of the books on the president's reading vacation reading list is a biography of Ronald Reagan called, "President Reagan: The Role of a Lifetime," by Lou Cannon, reports ABC News.
President Reagan had success even with a divided Congress (a Democratic majority in the House and a Republican-con trolled Senate).
The picture of President Reagan standing in front of the Berlin Gate and stating in a voice that was clear, strong and full of conviction, "Mr.
President Reagan will undergo a three-hour intestinal operation today after doctors found a large and possibly pre-cancerous growth during the routine removal yesterday of a smaller, benign growth.