Saturday, December 3, 2022


Tomorrow in
Ronald Reagan History


1981 - President Reagan met with representatives from the steel industry to discuss subsidizing steel imports.

1981 - President Reagan expanded the power of the CIA by allowing spying in the U.S.

1982 - In Costa Rica, President Reagan met with the President Monge. While there he signed a new extradition treaty with Costa Rica.

1983 - President Reagan participated in a Hanukkah Celebration at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington.

1984 - President Reagan welcomed Venezuela's President Lusinchi to the White House.

1985 - In Fallston, MD, President Reagan met with local high school students. They discussed the recent Geneva summit.

1986 - President Reagan met with Costa Rica's President Oscar Arias Sanchez.

1987 - President Reagan participated in a signing ceremony for H.R. 1748, the Department of Defense Authorization Act of 1988.

1988 - President Reagan and the First Lady attended the Kennedy Center Honors honoring Alvin Ailey, George Burns, Myrna Loy, Alexander Schneider and Roger Stevens.


Ronald Reagan Quotes

We have relearned what our Founding Fathers knew long ago - it is the people, not the government, who provide the vitality and creativity that make a great nation.
- Ronald Reagan, January 10, 1989



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