Oval Office Speeches of Ronald Reagan [NOOK Book]

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Complete text of all Ronald Reagan Oval Office Addresses and Speeches.

February 5, 1981: Address to the Nation on the Economy
July 27, 1981: Address to the Nation on Federal Tax Reduction Legislation
September 24, 1981: Address to the ...
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Oval Office Speeches of Ronald Reagan

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Overview

Complete text of all Ronald Reagan Oval Office Addresses and Speeches.

February 5, 1981: Address to the Nation on the Economy
July 27, 1981: Address to the Nation on Federal Tax Reduction Legislation
September 24, 1981: Address to the Nation on the Program for Economic Recovery
December 23, 1981: Address to the Nation About Christmas and the Situation in Poland
April 29, 1982: Address to the Nation on the Fiscal Year 1983 Federal Budget
August 16, 1982: Address to the Nation on Federal Tax and Budget Reconciliation Legislation
September 20, 1982: Address to the Nation Announcing the Formation of a New Multinational Force in Lebanon
October 13, 1982 : Address to the Nation on the Economy
November 22, 1982: Address to the Nation on Strategic Arms Reduction and Nuclear Deterrence
March 23, 1983: Address to the Nation on Defense and National Security
October 27, 1983: Address to the Nation on Events in Lebanon and Grenada
January 29, 1984: Address to the Nation Announcing the Reagan-Bush Candidacies for Reelection
May 9, 1984: Address to the Nation on United States Policy in Central America
April 24, 1985: Address to the Nation on the Federal Budget and Deficit Reduction
May 28, 1985: Address to the Nation on Tax Reform
June 30, 1985: Remarks Announcing the Release of the Hostages From the Trans World Airlines Hijacking Incident
November 14, 1985: Address to the Nation on the Upcoming Soviet-United States Summit Meeting in Geneva
January 28, 1986: Address to the Nation on the Explosion of the Space Shuttle Challenger
February 26, 1986: Address to the Nation on National Security
March 16, 1986: Address to the Nation on the Situation in Nicaragua
April 14, 1986: Address to the Nation on the United States Air Strike Against Libya
June 24, 1986: Address to the Nation on United States Assistance for the Nicaraguan Democratic Resistance
October 13, 1986: Address to the Nation on the Meetings With Soviet General Secretary Gorbachev in Iceland
November 13, 1986: Address to the Nation on the Iran Arms and Contra Aid Controversy
December 2, 1986: Address to the Nation on the Investigation of the Iran Arms and Contra Aid Controversy
March 4, 1987: Address to the Nation on the Iran Arms and Contra Aid Controversy
June 15, 1987: Address to the Nation on the Venice Economic Summit, Arms Control, and the Deficit
August 12, 1987: Address to the Nation on the Iran Arms and Contra Aid Controversy and Administration Goals
October 14, 1987: Address to the Nation on the Supreme Court Nomination of Robert H. Bork
December 10, 1987: Address to the Nation on the Soviet-United States Summit Meeting
February 2, 1988 : Address to the Nation on Aid to the Nicaraguan Democratic Resistance
January 11, 1989: Farewell Address to the Nation
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012405265
  • Publisher: Baxter St.
  • Publication date: 3/31/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 855,516
  • File size: 187 KB

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