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Ronald Reagan

a.k.a. Ronald Wilson Reagan

Author Code: ARRX

Born: Feb. 6, 1911 - Tampico, Illinois, USA

Died: Jun. 5, 2004 - Santa Monica, California, USA

Reagan graduated from Eureka College in 1932. His first job after college was at WOC station in Davenport, Iowa as a radio announcer. He then went on to become a sports announcer at WHO station in Des Moines. In 1937 he did a screen test at Warner Brothers and for four years played in so called B-films. In 1940, Reagan married Jane Wyman, an actress. Shortly after the USA entered World War II, Reagan enlisted. He served at the Army Air Corps film unit making army morale films. In 1949, Wyman divorced Reagan and got custody of the couples two young children; Michael, their adopted son, and their daughter Maureen. In the meantime, Reagan was involved in the SAG (Screen Actors Guild) and was the organization's president from 1947 till 1952. In 1952 Reagan married again, this time to Nancy Davis. They had two children together, Patricia and Ronald Jr. Two years later, in 1954, Reagan began hosting the General Electric weekly television series and delivered corporate speeches. In 1962 his employment at General Electric was abruptly ended by the company and Reagan returned to playing television and film roles.

In 1967 Reagan was elected governor of California, and re-elected in 1970, but decided not to run for a third term in 1975. Reagan became the Republican presidential candidate in 1980. He had tried earlier to become the Republican candidate, but lost to Nixon and Ford. In 1980 however, he not only became the Republican candidate, but also won the election defeating Jimmy Carter with only a 9% margin in the popular vote and 489 electoral votes against Carter's 49. In 1984 he was re-elected, this time beating Walter Mondale with an 18% margin in popular vote and 525 electoral votes against 13. In 1989 he was succeeded by George Bush.

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
ARRX005 Address on National Security 1983 3 116k Document Download PDF - 'Address on National Security' (ARRX005)
ARRX004 D-Day Speech at Omaha Beach 1984 3 117k Document Download PDF - 'D-Day Speech at Omaha Beach' (ARRX004)
ARRX001 Inaugural & Annual Addresses
  First Inaugural Address
  Second Inaugural Address
  State of the Union Address - 1982
  State of the Union Address - 1983
  State of the Union Address - 1984
  State of the Union Address - 1985
  State of the Union Address - 1986
  State of the Union Address - 1987
  State of the Union Address - 1988
1981-1988 62 511k eBook Download PDF - 'Inaugural & Annual Addresses' (ARRX001) Find a printed copy of Inaugural & Annual Addresses by Ronald Reagan at AbeBooks
ARRX007 Remarks at the 1976 Republican Convention 1976 3 116k Document Download PDF - 'Remarks at the 1976 Republican Convention' (ARRX007)
ARRX006 Republican Convention Acceptance Speech 1980 9 145k Document Download PDF - 'Republican Convention Acceptance Speech' (ARRX006)
ARRX003 Speech in Berlin 1987 5 128k Document Download PDF - 'Speech in Berlin' (ARRX003)
ARRX002 Speech to the Natl. Assn of Evangelicals (Evil Empire Speech) 1983 7 140k Document Download PDF - 'Speech to the Natl. Assn of Evangelicals (Evil Empire Speech)' (ARRX002)

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