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This speech is not going to be about physics or medieval history, but thank you, Ann [Korologos], I appreciate it. And thanks to everyone at the Reagan Foundation. Vice President Dick Cheney, congratulations.
This award and this evening represent the continuity and the excellence, which I spoke about earlier today. And I am confident, confident, and hopeful, that we can continue to come together to ensure that ours remains the finest fighting force the world has ever known.
Today, as we are here this evening, there are almost 3 million of them serving across this country and around the clock, in every time zone on earth, and in every domain — all in service to our great nation.
And because of their continued excellence, Americans can celebrate these upcoming holidays with family and friends. They can live their lives, they can dream their dreams, and they can enjoy the freedoms upon which this country was built, and for which so many generations of Americans have fought, and leave a better world for their children.
Stephanie and I begin every day thinking of them. So I thank you — I thank you for this award, and I thank you for all the support you give our men and women in uniform.
But above all, I want you to cast your thoughts in this upcoming holiday season to those 3 million wonderful, talented, dedicated people.
Bless all of you in this holiday season. And of course, above all, bless the United States of America.
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When Ronald Reagan took office on Jan. 20, , our nation faced serious problems. We were in the greatest economic crisis since the Great Depression of the s, with high unemployment, major.
Which were Ronald Reagan's strengths and weaknesses? What makes Ronald Reagan such a memorable president? What were the good things and bad things accomplished by Ronald Reagan during his presidency? Was Ronald Reagan responsible for al .
∙IX. Ronald Reagan’s Strengths and Shortcomings o Reagan supposedly ended the Cold War. Yet they give him too much notoriety. o Constituted an uplift in change from the long debacle of Vietnam.
o Reagan could deliver a prepared address effectively. o A. Bureaucratic Chaos § Kissinger was surprised at Reagan’s little knowledge of foreign affairs. § Reagan was actually very lazy and. A Pope, a President, and Mary of Pope John Paul II and even — as Paul Kengor argues in a new book — President Ronald Reagan.
In of their respective strengths and weaknesses. Do those. Ronald Reagan’s escalation of the cold war is credited with ending the long cold war with the former Soviet Union.
The former Soviets contend that Reagan’s policies had less to do with ending the cold war than the policies of Jimmy Carter that brought U. S. goods and services to the U. S. S. R.