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    Ronald Reagan

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    Ronald Reagan was a very popular person before, during, and after his time of presidency. He went from a mere radio announcer, to the head of the United States of America. Ronald had defeated most of the world’s problems with Communism, improved the economy, and handled terrorist threats like a pro. Ronald quickly took America’s heart with his honorable deeds and doings. He was very famous by the time he became deceased. (Ronald Reagan Facts.) Ronald Reagan was born on the 6th of February, in the

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    Ronald Reagan

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    President Ronald Reagan Ronald Reagan was born on February 6, 1911 in Tampico, Illinois (Huckshorn 1). He was born in a small apartment above the Pitney General Store (Life Before 1). John Edward Reagan (his father) was a shoe salesman that was an alcoholic. The first time he saw his son he said, "For such a little bit of a fat Dutchman, he makes a hell of a lot of noise, doesn't he" (Life Before 1). This led to his nickname, "Dutch." Reagan's father barely had a grade-school education, but he

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    Ronald Reagan

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    Ronald Reagan was one of the most influential presidents in American history; yet he is one of the least talked about in present day history books. President Reagan was not an Ivy League rich-kid or raised in a politically motivated family. He was a midwestern boy who played football and worked his way through college. President Reagan had visions for the future of this country. Reagan realized he wanted to lead the country during his time working in California, in the Screen Actor's Guild. He was

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    Ronald Reagan

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    Ronald Reagan President Ronald Reagan is the$ cornerstone$ of the$ modern conservative$ movement. It is virtually impossible$ for any republican politician worth their salt to say they aren't inspired by the$ 40th president. However Reagan was not the$ perfect president. Although he$ did lower taxes and had the$ third highest approval rating for any president within the$ last 50 years, he$ also crashed the$ economy with his tax cuts and not to mention the$ attempt on his life$ that could have$ ended

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    Ronald Reagan

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    In presidency, character is everything. Born on February 6, 1911, Ronald Reagan, “Dutch,” never knew that he would grow up to be famous. He served two terms as governor of California, but before that he starred in Hollywood films. Originally a liberal Democrat, Reagan ran for the U.S. presidency as a conservative Republican and won, his term beginning in 1980. Ronald Reagan became the oldest President elected when he took office as the 40th President of the United States. He was also the first U

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    Ronald Reagan

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    history as a hero, a president has to take control and address the problems facing the country. Ronald Reagan was one of the most influential presidents of all time because he renewed the American spirit through his unique vision, advanced and protected democracy and capitalism, and stimulated economic growth and development. Our 40th president was born in 1911 in Tampico, Illinois to Jack and Nelle Reagan. He was influenced by small-town values such as patriotism, hard work and Godliness. After graduating

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    I would probably vote for Ronald Reagan. I felt as if he was the best president that my group researched. I really liked all of his policies, and I thought they made a great impact on America. Ronald Reagan was a Republican, which meant that he favored having a free market, limit government regulation of industry, and allowing individuals to help the needy. Republicans are also against same-sex marriage and in the case of abortion, they are pro-life. Ronald Wilson Reagan, which is Ronald’s full name

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    Ronald Reagan Biography

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    about a great man in American history. He was an over-achiever and excelled in many areas. He was an actor, an athlete, a spokesman, and the 40th president of the United States. His name was Ronald Wilson Reagan. Ronald Reagan was born on Feb 6, 1911 in Tampico, Illinois. His parents were Jack and Nelle Reagan and an older brother named Neil. He and his family then moved to Dixon, Illinois. He attended Dixon High School. He played basketball, football, track, performed in plays, and was also a lifeguard

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    President Ronald Reagan rode into the presidency on a wave of conservatism. Sick of the liberal ideals of the Great Society and the New Left, the conservative side of America began to show its face, and in 1980, helped the Republican Party defeat the Democrats. When the conservatives came to power, there were multiple issues that they wanted to tackle. Though the problems of the time begged for economic reforms, the conservative agenda was also aiming to make social changes. The era when Reagan came to

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    The Legacy of Ronald Reagan

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    Ronald Reagan is to this date the oldest serving president, and the effects of his presidency have affected not only the United States of America but most of the world as well. The consensus among historians is that Ronald Reagan left a lasting legacy that was a great one in numerous ways. His Reaganomics improved America’s economy greatly, and secured its future economic prosperity. He also fought communism head on and was able to end it in most parts of the world, but more importantly in Soviet

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