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Ronald Reagan History

1938 - The movie "Accidents Will Happen" was released. Ronald Reagan played the role of Eric Gregg.

1984 - President Reagan participated in a ceremony honoring the 1984 National Teacher of the Year.

1984 - President Reagan met with the Mayor of Berlin. The Mayor presented Reagan with a plate commemorating the 35th anniversary of the Berlin airlift.

1984 - President Reagan and the First Lady attended the 35th Anniversary Dinner of the Chowder & Marching Club. Former Presidents Nixon and Ford were present.

1984 - President Reagan signed the 27th Law Day Proclamation in the Rose Garden.

1984 - President Reagan signed a proclamation for Parkinsons Disease Awareness week.

1984 - Law and freedom must be indivisible partners. For without law, there can be no freedom, only chaos and disorder; and without freedom, law is but a cynical veneer for injustice and oppression. - President Reagan, April 9, 1984

1986 - President Reagan attended the American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE) Convention.

1987 - President Reagan traveled to Los Angeles, CA. The next day he addressed the Los Angeles World Affairs Council Luncheon the next day.

1988 - President Reagan received an award from the California Highway Patrol Association for promoting patriotism.

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We rejoice in the fact that, while we have maintained separate institutions of church and state over our 200 years of freedom, we have at the same time preserved reverence for spiritual beliefs.
- President Reagan, March 23, 1982




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