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    A cowboy at heart, and a God fearing man describes Ronald Reagan. Even though he went through a lot in his life, Reagan ended up being famous in more than one way. The 40th President of the United States is what he’s well known for. However, being a President was not the only thing he did in his life. In his early twenties, he was a movie actor, staring in at least 14 movies. Later in life, he became the Governor of California. Through this all, he remained a valuable man, and always tried to do what was right. Making America become America again improved his importance greatly. First of all, President Reagan was a great communicator. Becoming an actor helped improve his communicating skills. Being able to convince Americans that their country…

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    Ronald Reagan Achievements

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    Ronald Reagan did many great things in his life, he was a football star and a actor in his high school. He also was a sports announcer for his first job, later becoming an announcer for WHO radio station in Des Moines, Illinois. He later Became a Hollywood star as he got the leading role in a movie called "Knute Rockne all american". He also Became the governor of California for two years. Then finally he became The president of the United States of America for two terms, helping people of this…

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    Ronald Reagan Charisma

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    Prominent Leader: Ronald Reagan Ronald Reagan is by far one of the most charismatic leaders I’ve ever heard of. His charisma is clear in all of his speeches and so simple to understand. Rallying Americans across the United States to take a stand and keep government small and the people’s interests big. Some of the issues he faced was a continued race war (which is still being fought now) throughout America. In a speech, as the Republican Presidential nominee he told a crowd of African…

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    Ronald Reagan was the 40th president of the United States and he served two terms, from 1981-1989. He defeated Jimmy Carter in a landslide of four hundred eighty-nine electoral votes to forty-nine in the election (Reagan). His campaign phrase was “Are you better than you were four years ago? (Jones). Before he was president he was elected Governor of California by a margin of a million votes in 1966 and was re-elected in 1970. Reagan studied economics and sociology at Eureka College and became…

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    Ronald Reagan Conservatism

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    Much like Napoleon Dynamite, Justin Bieber, and da Bears, Ronald Reagan and his presidency are extremely polarizing. For years, republicans look to Reagan as a great example of conservatism, while democrats labeled Reagan as an extremist and a Great Prevaricator. Many policies and behaviors were neither flagrantly good nor bad, it merely depends on the political perspective of the individual. Undisputedly, the modern world still witnesses the effects of the Reagan era. The legacy of Reagan’s…

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    Ronald Reagan Qualities

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    leadership in a morally correct manner. As President of the United States, Ronald Reagan conducted business with class and honor. As a cofounder of Microsoft and one of the world’s richest men, Bill Gates led his company with passion, humility, and respect for others with whom he worked. Although Bill Gates has generously donated an enormous amount of money to the less fortunate, Ronald Reagan’s legacy has changed American politics forever. Ronald Reagan grew up in Tampico, Illinois, with one…

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    Ronald Reagan Weaknesses

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    American citizens vote for a president of America every four years. The citizens may choose if they want to be a Republican or Democrat. After a candidate won the election in November, he/she doesn’t go in until January. Some presidents do a better job at governing than others. President Reagan was elected as the 40th President of the United States in 1981 (“Ronald Reagan”). According to the biography “Ronald Reagan,” he served two terms or eight years as president. Reagan would change the…

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    Ronald Reagan Ideology

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    The 1980s was a pivotal era in world history. After decades of America’s failed containment policies which strengthened and helped spread Communism across the globe, a change in direction was desperately needed. Ronald Reagan fundamentally shifted American foreign policy as president, which in turn, greatly influenced the collapse of the “evil empire” by the early nineties. Although the Reagan Administration did not live to see the collapse of Soviet Communism, Ronald Reagan’s foreign policy…

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    Ronald Reagan Eulogy

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    After a tragic loss for the United States of America, Thatcher reconciled the nation with her appeal to patriotism in a dire time, both politically and emotionally. At this time of great loss and tragedy following the death of a beloved president, Ronald Reagan, Thatcher used his accomplishments in life to reconcile those of the United States. Along with reconciling them, she indirectly urges, that we find our lost values that Reagan and the country possessed at the time of his presidency.…

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    Ronald Reagan Personality

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    Ronald Reagan Ronald Reagan was our 40th president and regarded as one of the best to ever step foot into the office. He is praised for his Republicanism, his ability to talk to people very easily, and his anticommunism. Becoming an actor gave him the edge on his ability to talk to people as if they were his friends. A president that can talk to the people is a president the people will love. This gave him a tremendous backing to anything he did and he used this power to take down Soviet…

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