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1981 - President Reagan watched the film "The Reds" with Warren Beatty and several friends.

1982 - President Reagan and the First Lady returned to the United States from their trip to South America.

1982 - President Reagan and the First Lady hosted a reception in honor of John F. Kennedy Honorees from the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

1983 - President Reagan met with representatives of NASA and the European Space Agency to discuss the current spacelab mission.

1985 - In New York, NY, President Reagan attended the 30th Anniversary dinner of the National Review magazine.

1986 - President Reagan met with the Minister of Finance of the U.S.S.R.

1987 - President Reagan called Heisman Trophy winner Tim Brown of Notre Dame.

1988 - President Reagan participated in a signing ceremony for a proclamation designating 1989 as "Year of the Young Reader."

1990 - A broader reading of history shows that appeasement, no matter how it is labeled, never fulfills the hopes of the appeasers.- Ronald Reagan, December 5, 1990


Ronald Reagan Quotes

"Standing together, steady and unfaltering, we'll turn this new season of hope into the renewal of all the dreams and opportunities that our nation was placed on this Earth to provide."
- President Reagan, September 29, 1982



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