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A well-known actor, Ronald Reagan became governor of California and then the 40th President of the United States.
Reaganomics (identified with the 40th President, from 1981 to 1989) was referred to as "supply side" economics (or the critical label trickle down) because its primary aim was to increase capital and capital expenditures, intending to fight a slowing economy and eventually increase government revenu…
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This coin was only minted in Philadelphia so the value of the coin depends on the condition of the coin along with the spot price of gold. Here are the prices according to USA Coin Book as of 09/2010: In Very Fine condition (VF-20), this coin is worth about $171 up to about $332 in MS60 mint condit…
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Any answer you may receive that refers to the 1980s as a "decade of greed" is politically motivated. To refer to any decade as a "Decade of Greed" is probably not a good idea. Refer to the related link below.
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The Reagan administration used the fiscal policy known as supply-side or "trickle-down" economics, which aimed to increase economic activities by increasing capital. To that end, tax cuts were made to the higher income brackets, and the capital gains tax was reduced. The plan was to collect more tax…
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If it shows evidence of circulation, it is worth about $150A nice uncirculated one is worth about $400  More: The type of coin minted is a Coronet $2.50 Gold Quarter Eagle coin. It was minted in Philadelphia and Denver. According to USA Coin Book, there were 1,404,668 coins minted in Philadelp…
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Gerald Ford (38th president ) -- lived the longest (93 years, 165 days) Second and third in life span were Ronald Reagan -- {93 years, 120 days } and John Adams -- 90 years plus. Contenders for the future: As of June 12, 2012, George Bush (41) is the oldest living ex-President at 88. As of Octo…
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Reagan acted ... Kings Row (1942). He acted in International Squadron, 'Tennessee's Partner, Hellcats of the Navy, This Is the Army, and Bedtime for Bonzo.He was commissioned as officer in the Army Reserve in 1935.In November 1941, Reagan was called up but disqualified for combat duty because of hi…
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He was elected in November of 1980 and served as President from January 20, 1981 to January 20, 1989.The 40th President of the United States was Ronald Reagan from January 20, 1981 to January 20, 1989
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Ronald Reagan (38th President) was the oldest serving president to date. At his first inauguration (in 1981) he was 69, and he was 73 when he was sworn in the second time (in 1985). He was the oldest president in office, being 77 his last year and leaving office just 16 days before his 78th birthda…
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Yes, Reagan was born in 1911 and Kennedy in 1917. Kennedy was elected President at the age of 43 and Reagan at the age of 69.Yes. Reagan was born in 1911, and Kennedy in 1917.
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The dawning of the nuclear age, the end of World War 2, the start of the United Nations, Israel created, the Korean conflict, Mahatma Gandhi assassinated, Joseph Stalin died, People's Republic of China came into existence, Truman was also the first president to address the nation on TV.
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Reagan's foreign policy was concerned with ending the Cold War. domestically, he avoided addressing the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS until the very end of his presidency.
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The cop is wrong. A 17 year old can be reported as a runaway and the parents are still responsible for them in Michigan. While police would rather not get involved, the parents are within their rights to request and receive assistance.
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Charisma, oratory, promises, tax relief. All of this sounded good to the electorate. He won the endorsement of Labor because he had once headed the Screen Guild, he won the wealthy with tax relief, and he won the military/industrial complex with his strong anti-Communist position. He delivered on ev…
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The factors that led to Ronald Reagan's victory in 1980 were that he was an actor, long experience in the public eye, and because he was an effective candidate. The conservation revolution of the early 1980s was caused because individuals needed more freedom from the heavy hand of Washington D.C.
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A Lawyer Usually Works Up To 8-10 Hours A Day.
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All gold plated circulating coins were plated after they left the Mint. Because of this the value is often actually less than the coin itself. By and large, post Mint gold plated coins are worth very little. However, there are exceptions. The only notable exception to this rule is with numbered com…
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If taxes are lower, the people get more money. If they spend it on things inside the U.S.A, the products and money stay in the country, aiding the economy. If taxes are raised, the individual has less money to spend on things, bringing the economy to a standstill. No one wants to spend their preciou…
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i thing roughly about 19 hours
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Answer First thought is Cuba. Under Castro, Gueverra and others who wanted a socialist or communist political system.
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Ronald Reagan was an actor, screen actors guild president, and Governor of California before he ran for president of the US. He also was a radio announcer for WHO radio station
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The value of a U.S. Ronald Reagan Mini Medal can be found via the Coin Quest service. The value is based on the current price of gold. At this time these coins are valued at $14.
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No. Ronald Reagan was indeed divorced at one time, but that was from his first wife, Jane Wyman. Ronald Reagan remained married to Nancy until his death.
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John Hinckley Jr. shot and wounded President Reagan seriously in 1981.
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President Reagan's death The 40th President of the United States, Ronald Reagan, died of natural causes on June 5, 2004. He was 93 years old and passed away in Bel Air, California in his home. He is buried in Simi Valley, California.
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The act or an instance of forgiving
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Answer She never was married!
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The longest a usual president can run for is 8 Years or 2 terms in office. However if he is a vice president and is needed to fill the seat of the president he could possibly serve a maximum of 10 years or 2 years 1/2 term plus his two elected terms. No president can run for three terms due to the 2…
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John Hinckley, Jr. shot President Ronald Reagan, Press Secretary James Brady, and two others on March 30, 1981.
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On February 6, 1911, Ronald Wilson Reagan was born to Nelle and John Reagan in Tampico, Illinois.
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Evangelical Christians, moderate Republicans and conservative Democrats combined to vote Reagan into office. He ran against incumbent President Jimmy Carter who gave away the Panama Canal , looked bad after a hostage rescue attempt failed in Iran and could not figure out how to control inflation.
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Ronald Reagan was not directly involved in the Watergate scandal.
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brownish-grey hair colorI believe Jan is about 5'8" his hair color ranges from a dark brown to a lighter blonde when out in the sun, now it is a more blondish color with I'm sure some grey, he's 65 and his eye color is a gorgeous baby blue.
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Ronald Wilson Reagan was the oldest U.S. President at 69 years old. Ronald Reagan died on June 5th, 2004 when he was 93 years old.
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An attempt was made to assassinate Ronald Reagan 69 days after he took office, on March 30, 1981 by John Hinkley.
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Answer: Economic theory holding that if a government provides benefits to big business and tax breaks to the wealthy and investors, those benefits eventually filter down to the lower classes. This discredited theory was also known as "voodoo" economics. Alternate Answer:Corrected Portion: The theory…
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How would you define success
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Stagflation is when the domestic economy of a country fails to grow but prices rise anyway. ("stagnation" with "inflation") Definition Inflation & Deflation are two major vices of capitalistic economy. In inflation too much money chasing too few goods, whereas, in deflation too much over produ…
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Answer You need to supply a lot more information - for starters, what is its date and mint mark, and how worn is it? 1909 Looks to my like very good condition. Has been kept in a little pouch since it was new. There is a personal note from my grandmother, so that's how I know how it has been…
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$1. There were no gold dollars struck that year, only copper-nickel. Your coin has been plated with a tiny amount of gold that would cost a lot more than a dollar to remove.
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Answer The answer is Legal recognition of the gay rights
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Answer Yes, former President Reagan announced that he had Alzheimer's in 1994, about five years after leaving office. You can see a copy of the letter at http://www.reagan.utexas.edu/archives/reference/alzheimerletter.html. He died about 10 years later on June 5, 2004.
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carter's decision to let the former shah come to the United States
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president Reagan in particular took a tough verbal stance against legalization of abortion and was slow to act in support of other "liberal" causes, such as women's issues and gay right
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What Hours Can Youth Work? If you are 14 or 15, you can work . . . Outside school hours After 7 a.m. and until 7 p.m. Except from June 1 through Labor Day, when you can work until 9 p.m. You can work no more than: 3 hours on a school day, 18 hours in a school week, 8 hours on a …
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Many of the knives are valued in price close to $60 each. The amount will vary depending the condition that the knife is in and how it is being displayed.
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Retail is about $135 if well worn, up to $220 if almost uncirculated.  More:The 1912 Indian Head $2.50 Gold Quarter Eagle was only minted at the Philadelphia mint. According to USA Coin Book as of 10/2010, a coin in Very Fine condition or lower, it would be worth about $170 while an MS60 mint…
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Gerald Ford died on December 26, 2006 at the age of 93.Gerald R. Ford died in December 26,2006
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Ronald Wilson Reagan was born in his parents' five-room rented flat above a bakery at 111 South Main Street, in Tampico, Illinois 61283 on February 6, 1911,
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President Reagan was shot outside the Washington DC Hilton Hotel
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The 1980s is sometimes considered a 'decade of greed' in the United States. The media referred to wealthy young adults of that period as materialistic 'yuppies'.
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Government regulation is defined as a law that controls the way a business is allowed to operate. The laws can all be considered together in government regulation
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Yes, he was one of the greatest. He won the war and decreased the taxes lowered government and if you look at polls you'll see what i mean. Like- look at the election results for 1980, 1984. he was an inspirational leader with moral values No, he failed with his " trickle down" theory, doubled ou…
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I have two of these coins from my father. I can't anything on them on the web. I too would like to know the value. As far as I am able to determine, this coin has no precious metal value. It is not minted by the uS Mint and is not US legal tender. It is not made of silver or gold, although it may…
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Go to, http://sammler.com/coins/modern_commemorative_dollar.htm this could be a good source.
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The president of the US is elected for a 4-year term. Thereafter, the president may be re-elected for one additional term, for a maximum total of eight years.
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A term of office is the length of time that elected officials serve.
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He refused to join a political party and believed them to be harmful. ^ that is true but many people considered him as a member of the federalists. but for A+ its none
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20 January 1981 was the date of his first inauguration.
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The government runs a deficit when it spends more than it collects in taxes. A surplus is when the govt. collects more taxes than they spend.
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Well, let's look at a few key social issues:Slavery:Republican Party was formed in 1854 in Jackson, MI with a primary purpose to abolish slavery. 6 years later Abraham Lincoln was the first Republican elected President. When it was finally abolished in 1864, Republicans were near unanimous in voting…
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Ronald Reagan was 93 years old when he died.
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8 years no matter what
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Regardless of its mint mark, it's worth a bit more than the price of one ounce of gold - about $1000 as of 09/2008. See the related link for current prices.  More: According to USA Coin Book, this 1888 Coronet Head $20 Gold Double Eagle coin was minted in Philadelphia and San Francisco. Phil…
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Regular working hours and limited travel
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He was able to persuade other people on what he believed would work and on the majority of the times he was correct.
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Wilson...his mother's maiden name
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Ronald Reagan's middle name was Wilson. Ronald Wilson Reagan
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Ronald Reagan is buried in a tomb behind his Presidential Library in Simi Valley, CA not far from Los Angeles.
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Ronald Wilson Reagan (February 6, 1911 - June 5, 2004) was the 40th President of the United States (1981-1989) and the 33rd Governor of California (1967-1975). Born in Illinois, Reagan moved to Los Angeles, California in the 1930s, where he became a well-known actor in movies, starring in some 50 …
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Retired army general, Alexander Haig was the 59th Secretary of state and Ronald Reagan's first. He served from January 22, 1981 to July 5, 1982.
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To the American public he was a great president more so because of his charisma and optimism than anything else. He was a brilliant orator, hence the nickname "The Great Communicator". Economic performance also made him great, the 80s in general was the most stable period of economic growth in histo…
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This is certainly Not Eloise, who was a sort of (Denise the Menace) but generlaly harmless(never quite clear what her family background was, though) The film you are thinking of is indeed a horror pic, not a comedy and was called the BAD SEED. It is not to be confused with DRAGON SEED. The Child was…
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a 17 year old can work 26 hours per week
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they work 8 to 10 hours a day
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"This is a day that will live in infamy"...pearl harbor "ask not what the country can do for me but what i can do for the country"
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All Presidents from Washington through Grant's first term received $25.000 per annum, when the salary doubled. From Grant's second term until the 1909 term of Taft it remained there. From Taft to FDR the salary was raised to $75,000 and Truman got a raise to $100,000 which lasted until the Presidenc…
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The name of his office is THE OVAL OFFICE.
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The 40th President of the United States was Ronald Reagan from January 20, 1981 to January 20, 1989. President Reagan was born on February 6, 1911, and died on June 5, 2004.
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the Zimbabwean president Robert g Mugabe is the oldest at 86
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Answer January 20th, as agreed by the 20th amendment to the U.S. constitution. The term of office for the out-going president ends at noon on that day, so the inaugeration is held shortly afterwards.
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The minimum age for the US President is 35 years old.
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First off, it's Ronald Reagan. Ronald Reagan died at the age of 93, 2004 because of a disease called Alzheimer.
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Answer It Depends Pediatricians that have a private practice may work around 50 hrs a week even with hospitals visits. A pediatrician may also be on call depending on the practice. But they could work more hours if they are employeed by a hospital.
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My boyfriend got the wendys wig at "internationalwig". he is going as the wigged guy, and his friend is going as the tree. it looks pretty real
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I think it depends on your shifts. There are part time workers and full time. Many nurses work different hours per week. I suppose it depends on how long you're willing to work.
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Geographic differences were reflected primarily in the physical life style required for survival. Eastern woodlands tribes had more refined agricultural systems in cultivating crops although hunting and gathering were still part of their life style. Plains tribes relied more on hunting due to poorer…
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Only in some movies the sex is real Hollywood movies do not have live sex...   even adult themed television movies that are called skin- flicks or soft- core are fake..   the guy wears a sock and the girl a patch.....  unless the footage is cut from a hard core movie and th…
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Based upon Amendment Twenty-Two of the Constitution, no person can be elected to the office of President more than twice or serve more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected President. Therefore, the total length of time that any person could serve as President is TEN years.
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I don't know the correct answer but it really depends on what kind of sports job they have and how far they have to drive and that includes how far they have to drive from their house to where they work.
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Actually,Immigration Lawyers are Freelance agents they can work whenever they want yet when they are bound by a contract they have to work when they are called,they are called by the government agency,or the Immigrants.
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Answer Ronald Reagan at age 73
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