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"Ronald Reagan In Remembrance"

"THE WALL CAME TUMBLING DOWN"
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"BIOGRAPHY"

President Ronald Wilson Reagan
1911-2004
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"We will always remember.
We will always be proud. We will always be prepared, so we may always be free."
—President Ronald Wilson Reagan, June 6th, 1984.

.June 5, 2004, 5:03 P.M. PT
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"THE WALL CAME TUMBLING DOWN"
                                           .Gerry M. Kaye
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President Reagan, we remember
your smile, your charm, your ready wit that would disarm;
your steady leadership.
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We will always remember
your friendly diplomacy, your international popularity,
your grin that chased away our frown
and the wall that came tumbling down.
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We remember
your illness' sorrow
as you spoke and walked away;
we watched you bravely face the morrow
and for you we remembered to pray.
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Now your journey starts anew
to that Place that you looked forward to;
Godspeed, know that we love you;
GOD Dearly Love you and GOD Bless you.
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 With deep condolences for your family,
In the Name of our LORD,
Amen.

"Biography"
President Ronald Wilson Reagan
February 06, 1911 - June 05, 2004
40th President of the U.S.A. (1981–89)
Birthplace: Tampico, Ill.

A young motion picture actor, Ronald Reagan appeared in 50 films including "Knute Rockne-All American" (1940). He became interested in politics during his six terms as president of the Screen Actors Guild (1947–51, 1959). He was a liberal democrat and a supporter of Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal in the 1930s; later, he was among those Democrats who supported Dwight D. Eisenhower and Richard M. Nixon.

After joining the Republican party in 1962 he began to champion conservative causes and enthusiastically endorsed presidential candidate Barry Goldwater in 1964. In the California gubernatorial election of 1966 he defeated the incumbent, Edmund G. “Pat” Brown, and became governor of California for two terms (1967–75). He made unsuccessful bids for the 1968 and 1976 Republican presidential nominations, losing to Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, respectively. Four years later he won the 1980 nomination and, with his running mate, George H. W. Bush, resoundingly defeated incumbent President Jimmy Carter.

Reagan's presidency had barely begun when he was shot by a would-be assassin, John Hinckley, Jr., on Mar. 30, 1981; he recovered completely and quickly.

Advocating a balanced budget to combat inflation, he reversed long-standing political trends by successfully pursuing his supply-side economic program of tax and non-defense budget cuts through Congress. Adopting a hardline stance against the Soviet Union and other Communist countries, Reagan advocated and oversaw the largest peacetime escalation of military spending in American history; in 1983 he proposed the controversial and expensive space-based defense system known as the Strategic Defense Initiative.

After a recession in 1982, the economy picked up between 1983 to 1986, spurred largely by the tax cuts and deficit financing; and on the strength of the economic rebound, the successful invasion of the Marxist-controlled island of Grenada, and his personal popularity, he defeated Democratic nominee Walter Mondale in 1984 by a landslide.

Beginning in 1985, Reagan began to soften his stance toward the Soviet Union in response to signals of a new openness (glasnost) in foreign relations under Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. The two leaders met four times between 1985 and 1988, when they concluded the Intermediate-Range Nuclear-Force Missile Treaty (INF treaty) which sharply reduced intermediate nuclear forces.

In 1994 Reagan disclosed that he had Alzheimer's disease in hope of increasing public awareness of the illness.
 
 

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