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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