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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

Government's first duty is to protect the people, not run their lives.
- President Ronald Reagan, March 15, 1982



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