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RONALD REAGAN COLLECTION

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Ronald Wilson Reagan (February 6, 1911 – June 5, 2004) was the 40th President of the United States (1981–1989) and the 33rd Governor of California (1967–1975). Born in Illinois, Reagan moved to Los Angeles in the 1930s, where he became an actor, president of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), and a spokesman for General Electric. His start in politics occurred during his work for G.E.; originally a member of the Democratic Party, he switched to the Republican Party in 1962. After delivering a rousing speech in support of Barry Goldwater's presidential candidacy in 1964, he was persuaded to seek the California governorship, winning two years later and again in 1970. He was defeated in his run for the Republican presidential nomination in 1968 as well as 1976, but won both the nomination and election in 1980.

As president, Reagan implemented new political initiatives as well as economic policies, advocating a laissez-faire philosophy, but the extent to which these ideas were implemented is debatable. The policies, dubbed "Reaganomics," included substantial tax cuts implemented in 1981. After surviving an assassination attempt and ordering controversial military actions in Grenada, he was re-elected in a landslide victory in 1984.

Reagan's second term was marked by the ending of the Cold War, as well as a number of administration scandals, notably the Iran-Contra Affair. The president ordered a massive military buildup in an arms race with the Soviet Union, foregoing the previous strategy of détente. He publicly portrayed the USSR as an "Evil Empire" and supported anti-Communist movements worldwide. Despite his rejection of détente, he negotiated with Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev to shrink both countries' nuclear arsenals. Reagan left office in 1989; in 1994 the former president disclosed that he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. He died ten years later at the age of ninety-three, and ranks highly among former U.S. presidents in terms of approval rating.

SHOWS LIST

1940-12-02 - Ronald Reagan Lux Radio Theater Appearance
1946-01-28 - Ronald Reagan Appearance on Screen Guild Theater
1947-08-17 - Ronald Reagan Appearance on Front and Center
1947-09-29 - Ronald Reagan Bill Stern Sports Newsreel
1947-11-17 - Ronald Reagan Lux Radio Theater Appearance
1948-01-02 - Ronald Reagan Bill Stern Sports Newsreel
1948-01-02 - Ronald Reagan Colgate News Sportsreel Appearance
1948-05-03 - Ronald Reagan Lux Radio Theater Appearance
1948-08-12 - Ronald Reagan Family Theater Appearance
1949-03-18 - Ronald Reagan Hi Gang Appearance
1949-07-29 - Ronald Reagan Colgate News Sportsreel Appearance
1950-01-25 - Ronald Reagan Burns and Allen Appearance
1950-03-23 - Suspense Appearance - One and Ones a Lonesome
1950-07-19 - Family Theater Appearance
1950-12-12 - Cavalcade of America Appearance - Ulysses In Love
1953-04-12 - Appearance on Bakers Theater of Stars
1953-07-04 - Stars Over Hollywood Appearance
1953-07-11 - Stars Over Hollywood Appearance
1954-03-08 - Suspense Appearance
1958-05-23 - Arnold Michaelis interviews Ronald Reagan - Insight
1961-xx-xx - Ronald Reagan Speaks Out Against Socialized Medicine
1962-03-11 - G.E. Theater Promo w Barbara Rush
1964-10-27 - Time for Choosing
1966-09-11 - Appearance on Meet the Press
1980-07-17 - 1980 National Convention of the Republican Party
1981-01-20 - First Inaugural Address
1981-01-20 - Mark Hatfield Wishes Jimmy Carter Well
1981-01-27 - Iran Hostages Come Home
1981-02-05 - Address To The Nation After 16 Days In Office
1981-03-02 - Budget Cutting Plan
1981-03-06 - Press Conference
1981-03-11 - Speaks To The Canadian Parliament
1981-03-30 - President Reagan Shot
1981-03-31 - Dennis OLeary on Reagans Attempted Assassination
1981-04-28 - Offers Support For The Graham-latta Substitute T
1981-06-15 - First Press Conference After Assassination Attempt
1981-07-27 - Fourth Address to the Nation on the Economy
1981-08-03 - Air Traffic Controllers Ultimatum
1981-09-03 - Arms Reduction Treaty with Russia
1981-10-01 - Sixth Press Conference - AWACS to Saudi Arabia
1981-11-10 - Press Conference on Economy
1981-12-17 - Crisis In Poland
1981-12-29 - Sanctions Against Russia
1982-01-18 - 7th Press Conference
1982-01-19 - Seventh Press Conference
1982-01-26 - First State of the Union Address
1982-02-18 - 8th Press Conference
1982-05-13 - 10th Press Conference
1982-06-08 - British Parliament
1983-02-04 - Press Conference on the Economy
1983-03-08 - Evil Empire
1983-03-30 - Bilateral Arms Reduction Plan
1983-04-27 - Joint Session of Congress - Central America
1983-04-27 - Newspaper Publishers Association on the Economy
1983-05-17 - 17th Press Conference
1983-06-28 - 18th Press Conference
1983-07-26 - Press Conference on El Salvador and Nicaragua
1983-10-16 - Announces William Clark As His Nominee For Sec Of Interiors
1983-10-19 - Press Conference - Central America and Lebanon
1983-11-11 - Addresses the Japanese Legislature
1983-12-13 - Declares The Second Week In December As 'Drugged
1983-12-14 - Press Conference - Lebanon
1983-12-20 - Peacekeeping in the Middle East
1983-12-xx - Speaks To A Convention Of Educators In Indiana
1984-01-25 - State of the Union Address
1984-01-xx - Formal Statement After The Freeing Of The Hostages
1984-02-22 - Press Conference - Lebanon
1984-06-01 - Ronald Reagan Shannon Airport
1984-06-04 - Addresses Irish Parliament
1984-06-04 - Pointe du Hoc - D-Day Remembrance at Normandy
1984-06-06 - D-Day Anniversay
1984-07-24 - 26th Press Conference
1984-08-19 - Outlaw Russia - Bombing in 5 Minutes
1984-08-23 - 1984-RNA 1984
1984-08-23 - Prayer Breakfast in Dallas - Relationship Between Religion and Politics
1984-09-11 - Press Conference - Talks with Russia
1984-09-24 - Address to the United Nations General Assembly
1984-10-07 - Reagan Mondale Debate
1984-11-07 - Victory Speech After Landslide Election
1985-01-09 - Press Conference - Russia
1985-01-21 - Address School Bands About Inaugural Parade Cancellation
1985-01-21 - Second Inaugural Luncheon
1985-02-06 - State of the Union Address
1985-02-21 - Second Inaugural Luncheon For President Reagan
1985-05-05 - Concentration Camp
1985-05-12 - Bonn Summit
1986-01-28 - Challenger
1986-02-26 - Increasing Military Spending
1986-08-12 - Potential Summit With Gorbachev
1986-10-22 - Ronald Reagan Tax Reform Act
1987-01-27 - State of the Union Address
1987-03-04 - Iran-Contra
1987-06-11 - International Economic Summit in Venice
1987-06-12 - At the Brandenburg Gate
1987-09-17 - 200th Anniversary of the Constitution - Independence Hall - Philadelphia
1987-09-25 - Promises Continuing Aid To The Freedom Fighters
1987-10-23 - Labor Department Speech
1987-12-10 - Addresses The Nation On The Results Of The Summit
1987-12-xx - Address to the Nation on the Berlin Wall
1988-03-01 - NATO Meetings in Brussels
1988-04-21 - Addresses The World Affairs Council In Springfield
1988-05-27 - Summit with Gorbachev - Helsinki, Finland
1988-05-31 - Moscow University
1988-07-12 - Ronald Reagan Names Richard Thornburgh To Replace
1988-08-15 - Address to the Republican National Convention
1988-09-22 - Johnson Space Center - Loss of Challenger Crew
1988-09-26 - Addressing The United Nations For The Last Time
1988-11-11 - Vietnam Vets
1988-12-13 - Addresses The Conservative American Enterprise I
1989-01-11 - Farewell Address
1989-01-12 - Accepts The Dept Of Defense Medal For Distinguish
1992-07-14 - Republican National Convention
2004-06-XX - Funeral Service
 

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