Ronald Regan increased spending on the military
These were not the intentions of Reaganomics (and the majority of these are fiction-answers):
The 3 answers in bold are definitely discussed about Reaganomics.
At the time this question was asked and answered - John Hinckley Jr. was housed at St. Elizabeth's Mental Hospital located in Washington, DC. He is occasionally granted short visits to his parents, but the time is restricted and he must always return to the hospital.
No. ALS was first found in 1869 by French neurologist Jean-Martin Charcot, but it wasn't until 1939 that Lou Gehrig brought world-wide attention to the disease. After ending the career of one of the most beloved baseball players of all time, the disease is still closely associated with his name.
The biggest problem with the myth that Reagan killed communism, is communism was coming apart at the seams while Carter was in office. Carter was a smart man, and he knew all he had to do to cause the downfall of communism was nothing because their economic system was not sustainable. Reagan came into office in 1981 rattling sabers, which caused the Soviets to put their system on sort of life support.
If Carter would have been reelected the Soviet bloc would have embraced democracy by 1984 because Communism would have failed. Thanks to Reagan, we had ten more years of communism that we wouldn't have had before.
When Regan visited Berlin, he made a speech challenging the Soviets (specifically General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev) to end the separation of Germany into democratic-self ruled West Germany and Comunist East Germany that was propped up by the Soviet Union. The Berlin wall was perhaps to all, the ugliest reminder of that separation. Regan had seen considerable change in the Soviet leader and seemed to think this bold statement would make a difference by focusing public opinion to end divided Germany. This gutsy move paid off, setting Regan above many as a humanitarian and political leader.
The Contras was the counterrevolutionary group in Nicaragua that the Reagan administration backed.
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He told Brian Lamb on C-SPAN he liked Tchaikovsky. He also mentioned that he got a thrill hearing John Phillip Sousa.
Ronald Reagan left office because he was suffering from Alzheimer's disease but this is not what caused him to die. He died in 2004 from pneumonia.
I am pretty sure that he died just a natural death in his home.
Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford
President Nixon resigned at noon on August 9, 1974, and Vice President Ford was immediately sworn in.
The mask that we see in the film is actually a William Shatner 'Captain Kirk' mask that was painted white by the filmmakers. The eyeholes were also cut wider and the hair was redone.
Ronald Reagan died on June 5, 2004 at the age of 93.
it's major! otherwise he wouldn't be telling the truth
There is no published record of Elvis meeting Robert Redford in person.
Ronald Reagan was born on February 6, 1911 and died on June 5, 2004. Ronald Reagan would have been 93 years old at the time of death or 104 years old today.
Maureen Potter died on April 7, 2004, in Dublin, Ireland.
Walter Mondale, who was previously Vice-President under Jimmy Carter. He lost to Reagan in the largest electoral landslide in U.S. history.
It helps to go to school and major in a related field such as broadcasting or media studies. It is also important to find internships in the television industry to make contacts. Someone can also go on job hunting websites to look for any jobs that might be available. Many of those jobs will ask for you to send an audition tape to see how comfortable in front of the camera you are.
As former President of the Screen Actors Guild and Chairman of the Motion Picture Industry Council, it is possible
Ronald MacDonald is a fictional clown character created by McDonalds' marketing staff.
YES: back in the early 70's ( barberton,Ohio.usa ) i had a friend named Ronald MacDonald.. so yes he is or was a real person...
John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson were both very different men, but they were similar in some ways. Obviously, they both ran as president of the United States. They both ran in the same political party of democrats. Johnson a Texas democrat and Kennedy from Massachusetts. They both exelled in debates too. Johnson was deeply into debate through highschool and college and took part in regional debate competitions. Kennedy's debating, which was the first presidential debates aired on television, was a major of the reason he beat Nixon in the election. Of course people who listened on the radio said that Nixon would have won, which leads to the fact that some of Kennedy's votes were from how he appeared on the debate showing.
Ronald Reagan: The 'Great Communicator'
Ronald Regan was 6'1" (183cm), and weighed approximately 180 -184 lbs. (81 - 83Kg)/ Although I have NO statistics to provide there is anecdote supporting the notion that Reagan was significantly shorter than 6'1" more in the 5'9" range, look at pictures with Regan and other people who are taller, people who have been photo'd with George H.W. Bush who is 6'3". ..
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