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Apart from the rest, who are all CEOs and founders of varied companies, Tom Barrack was deputy undersecretary of interior during the Reagan administration, and is also the founder and chairman of Colony Capital.
James Graham Wilson, a historian at the State Department, presents a nuanced study of the Reagan administration's foreign policy.
Hinton told the truth, which did not please the Reagan administration, and he was removed from El Salvador and replaced by an ambassador who would toe the line.
His journal entries describe how the Reagan administration handled national and international politics, how Reagan's former rival Bush become an important contributor to the process, and how connections between the two evolved.
The United States' "War on Terror" began long before the September 11th attacks of 2001, argues Toaldo (political science and international relations, IES-Rome, Italy) who finds its formative roots in the response of the Reagan administration to perceived threats of Middle Eastern terrorism through examination of two case studies: the American intervention in Lebanon between 1982 and 1984 and the confrontation with Libya between 1981 and 1986.
Brandt was an assistant secretary in the Department of Health and Human Services under the Reagan administration and was known for overseeing and coordinating the national response to the first cases of AIDS in the early 1980s.
entry into NAFTA began during the Reagan administration (1981-1989) when determined internationalist George W.
He also speaks favorably about two senior officials of the Reagan Administration.
In 1990 he turned on the GOP, torching the Reagan administration for its betrayal of the American middle class.
Spriggs says unions' potency began weakening in 1981, when the Reagan administration had 11,000 striking air traffic controllers fired and the National Labor Relations Board started interpreting labor law in favor of employers.
Testifying before Congress in 1984, Tutu called the Reagan administration's policy "immoral."
In 1984, Olson was assistant attorney general, and Olson did not believe the Reagan Administration should endorse rightwing legislation that would have prohibited judges from ordering busing to desegregate schools, according to an article in The Washington Post.