Reagan

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March 1981 - March 30, 1981 (Monday)
... Reagan assassination attempt At 225 pm, U.S ... President Ronald Reagan was shot in the chest as he walked out of the Washington Hilton Hotel to his limousine ... sixth bullet ricocheted off of the limo and struck Reagan ...
Briggs Initiative - Campaign
... A diverse group of politicians like Ronald Reagan, Gerald Ford, and then-president Jimmy Carter all opposed the bill ... (and later US President) Ronald Reagan moved to publicly oppose the measure ... Reagan issued an informal letter of opposition to the initiative, answered reporters' questions about the initiative by saying he was against, and, a week before the election, wrote an editorial ...
Marc Holtzman - Early Career and Education
... served as Executive Director of Citizens for America, former President Ronald Reagan’s national issues advocacy group ... In the 1980 Presidential campaign, Ronald Reagan appointed Mr ... Holtzman was nominated by President Reagan in 1989 to the Peace Corps National Advisory Council ...
Lisa Reagan
... Lisa Reagan Love is a singer based in Middleburg, Virginia ... Reagan was also Miss Oklahoma 1975 ... Reagan is now a Voice teacher at Oklahoma City University Lisa Reagan performed with a number of opera companies including the Washington Opera and the Wolf Trap Opera, and her list of solo performances is ...
Foreign Policy Of Mobutu Sese Seko - United States
... Kennedy, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and George H ... During a state visit by Mobutu in 1983 Reagan praised him as "a voice of good sense and goodwill." Mobutu also had a cordial relationship with Reagan's successor, George H ...

Famous quotes containing the word reagan:

    The greatest security for Israel is to create new Egypts.
    —Ronald Reagan (b. 1911)

    Of the four wars in my lifetime, none came about because the U.S. was too strong.
    —Ronald Reagan (b. 1911)

    Someday our grandchildren will look up at us and say, “Where were you, Grandma, and what were you doing when you first realized that President Reagan was, er, not playing with a full deck?”
    Barbara Ehrenreich (b. 1941)