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Ronald Reagan History

1937 - Ronald Reagan was appointed Second Lieutenant in the Officers Reserve Corps of the Cavalry.

1967 - California Governor Ronald Reagan greeted Charles M. Schulz at the state capitol in observance of the legislature-proclaimed "Charles Schulz Day."

1983 - President Reagan presented 11 scientists and engineers with the Nationa Medal of Science.

1983 - President Reagan's MX Missile program funding bill won a vote in the House of Representatives (239-186).

1983 - President Reagan met with the Stanley Cup Champion New York Islanders. They gave him an handmade eskimo rug and a hockey stick.

1984 - President Reagan participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for an addition to the CIA headquarters.

1985 - President Reagan attended the Annual Conference of the National Association of Manufacturers.

1988 - President Reagan vetoed the Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1988.

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God (gave) mankind virtually unlimited gifts to invent, produce and create. And for that reason alone, it would be wrong for governments to devise a tax structure or economic system that suppresses and denies those gifts.
- President Reagan, December 1, 1988

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