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Ronald Reagan History

1982 - U.S. President Ronald Reagan announced that the U.S., France, and Italy were going to send peacekeeping troops back to Beirut.

1982 - President Reagan participated in a ceremony to receive $50 million check from the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) to go to the U.S. Treasury.

1983 - In Columbia, SC, President Reagan received an Honorary Degree from the University of South Carolina.

1984 - In Grand Rapids, Michigan, President Reagan and former President Gerald R. Ford toured the Ford Museum at the Gerald R. Ford Bicentennial Park.

1985 - At Bethesda Naval Hospital, President Reagan underwent a post-operative check up. He was pronounced to have made a 100% recovery.

1986 - President Reagan and the First Lady watched the movie "Rustler's Rhapsody."

1988 - President Reagan attended a signing ceremony for the Labor-HHS-Education Appropriations Bill.

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If America is to remain what God in His wisdom intended for it to be - a refuge, a safe haven for those seeking human rights - then we must once again extend the most basic human right to the most vulnerable members of the human family.
- President Reagan, January 14, 1985




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