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Speaking my mind : selected speeches

Author: Ronald Reagan
Publisher: New York : Simon and Schuster, ©1989.
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"Here, in his own words, is the record of Ronald Reagan's remarkable political career and historic eight-year presidency. Chosen and annotated by the President himself, these speeches reflect his concerns, his political philosophy, the triumphs, the tragedies, and the challenges of his years in office. From one of his earliest speeches in 1951 to the speeches, great and small, that defined the 'Reagan Revolution'  Read more...
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Reagan, Ronald.
Speaking my mind.
New York : Simon and Schuster, ©1989
(OCoLC)555800328
Named Person: Ronald Reagan
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ronald Reagan
ISBN: 067168857X 9780671688578 0671691465 9780671691462 0671691872 9780671691875
OCLC Number: 19920475
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 432 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: The California Years: Remarks at the Kiwanis International Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, June 21, 1951 --
Televised nationwide address on behalf of Senator Barry Goldwater, October 27, 1964 --
Eisenhower College Fund-Raiser, Washington, D.C., October 14, 1969 --
Robert Taylor euloty, Los Angeles, California, June 11, 1969 --
Syndicated radio shows 1981: Inaugural address, West front of the U.S. capitol, January 20, 1981 --
Remarks at a luncheon for members of the Baseball Hall of Fame, State Dining Room, March 27, 1981 --
Address to the Nation on the economy, Oval Office, February 5, 1981 --
Statement on the Air Traffic Controllers' strike, White House Rose Garden, August 3, 1981 --
Remarks at the Eighty-fourth annual dinner of the Irish American Historical Society, New York City, November 6, 1981 --
Remarks at the Conservative Political Action Conference, Washington, D.C., March 20, 1981 --
Remarks on the Departure of the U.S. Delegation to funeral services for President Anwar Sadat, White House South Lawn, October 8, 1981 1982: Address to members of the British Parliament, palace of Westminister, June 8, 1982 --
Eureka College alumni dinner, Peoria, Illinois, May 9, 1982 --
Remarks at the recommissioning of the USS New Jersey, Long Beach, California, December 28, 1982 --
Annual National Prayer breakfast, Washington, D.C., February 4, 1982 --
Christmas Day radio address to the nation, December 25, 1982 1983: Address on Central America before a joint session of the Congress, April 27, 1983 --
Remarks on greeting the finalists of the national spelling bee, White House Rose Garden, June 6, 1983 --
Remarks on the anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s, birth, East room of the White House, January 15, 1983 --
Remarks at the Annual Convention of the National Association of Evangelicals, Orlando, Florida, March 8, 1983 --
Remarks on awarding the U.S. Coast Guard Medal posthumously to Arland D. Williams, Jr., Oval office, June 6, 1983 --
Address to the nation on events in Lebanon and Grenada, Oval office, October 27, 1983 1984: Remarks on accepting the GOP presidential nomination, Dallas, Texas, August 23, 1984 --
Remarks at the U.S. Ranger Mounument, Pointe du Hoc, France, June 6, 1984 --
Remarks at the Normandy Invasion Ceremony, Omaha Beach, France, June 6, 1984 --
Remarks to the Citizens of Ballyporeen, Ballyporeen, Ireland, June 3, 1984 --
Remarks at the Al Smith dinner, New York City, October 18, 1984 --
Remarks at a rally in Fairfield, Connecticut, October 26, 1984 1985: Address to the nation on the upcoming U.S.-Soviet summit in Geneva, Oval office, November 14, 1985 --
Remarks at Bergen-Belsen concentration camp and Bitburg air base, Federal Republic of Germany, May 5, 1985 --
Remarks on presenting the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Mother Teresa, White House Rose Garden, June 20, 1985 --
Remarks at the Conservative Political Action Conference, Washington, D.C., March 1, 1985 --
Remarks at the Memorial Service for members of the 101st Airborne division, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, December 16, 1985 1986: Address to the nation on the U.S. air strike against Libya, Oval office, April 14, 1986 --
Address to the nation on the Challenger disaster, Oval office, January 28, 1986 --
Remarks at a dinner honoring Tip O'Neill, Washington, D.C., March 17, 1986 --
Remarks at the Statue of Liberty Centennial Ceremonies, Governors Island, July 3, 1986 --
Remarks on signing the Tax Reform Act into law, White House South Lawn, October 22, 1986 --
Address to the nation on return from meeting with General Secretary Gorbachev, Oval office, October 13, 1986 --
Meeting with hostage David Jacobsen and reporters, White House Rose Garden, November 7, 1986 1987: Remarks on signing the INF Treaty, White House East Room, December 8, 1987 --
Remarks at the Memorial Service for Malcolm Baldrige, The National Cathedral, Washington, D.C., July 29, 1987 --
Remarks at a ceremony honoring residents of Chase, Maryland, Old Executive Office Building, February 3, 1987 --
Address to the nation on the Tower Commission Report, Oval office, March 4, 1987 --
Remarks at the Memorial Service for crew members of the USS Stark, Jacksonville, Florida, May 22, 1987 --
Remarks at the Brandenburg Gate, West Berlin, June 12, 1987 --
Remarks at the Memorial Service for Edith Luckett Davis, St. Thomas the Apostle Roman Catholic Church, Phoenix, Arizona, October 31, 1987 1988: Veterans Day Ceremony, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, November 11, 1988 --
Remarks at the White House correspondents dinner, Washington, D.C., April 21, 1988 --
Remarks and question-and-answer session with students at Moscow State University, May 31, 1988 --
Remarks at a campaign rally for Vice President George Bush, San Diego, California, November 7, 1988 --
Tribute to Mrs. Reagan, Republican National Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana, August 15, 1988 --
1989: Farewell address to the nation, Oval office, January 11, 1989 --
The wit and wisdom of Ronald Reagan.
Responsibility: by Ronald Reagan.

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Chosen and annotated by the president himself, these speeches collect his concerns, his political philosophy, the triumphs, and the challenges, of his eight years in office.  Read more...

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