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Best Ronald Reagan podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Ronald Reagan podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Ronald Reagan began his broadcasting career as a radio announcer for the Chicago Cubs, WHO Radio, Des Moines, Iowa. The Great Communicator had a wonderful voice that people trusted and made ever radio show an experience. Ronald Wilson Reagan (February 6, 1911 – June 5, 2004) was the fortieth President of the United States (1981–1989) and the thirty-third Governor of California (1967–1975). Born in Illinois, Reagan moved to Los Angeles, California in the 1930s, where he was an actor, presiden ...
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We're excited to launch our new podcast series – "Throwback Thursdays with President Reagan"– where we’ll share some of our favorite quotes by the President. In this week’s Throwback Thursday, we share President Reagan’s eternal optimism.By (Reagan Foundation)
In this week's Monday Minute, we take a look at a hand written letter President Reagan wrote his wife, Nancy Reagan. Ronald Reagan wrote love notes to his wife throughout their entire life, many of which are printed in Mrs. Reagan’s book, “I love you, Ronnie.”By (Reagan Foundation)
Ronald Reagan loved celebrating his birthday. This February 6th would have marked the 69th anniversary of his 39th birthday. In 1986, on the occasion of his 75th birthday, President Reagan received this Waterford crystal candy jar from the King of Morocco, King Hassan II, who served from February 1961 through July of 1999.…
President Reagan’s White House Counsel Fred Fielding discusses the firm stance the President made during the Air Traffic Controller’s Strike of 1981. “Government cannot close down the assembly line…It is for this reason that I must tell those who fail to report for duty this morning they are in violation of the law, and if they do not report for wo…
In the 1950s, Ronald Reagan began collecting motivational, entertaining and compelling quotes, writing them on notecards, from which he drew inspiration for his speeches, as he did in his Time for Choosing Speech in 1964. In this video podcast, we’ll take a closer look at these remarkable notecards.By (Reagan Foundation)
On July 17, 1980, Ronald Reagan’s path to the presidency took a huge leap forward as he stood before a celebratory crowd and accepted the Republican nomination to become the 40th president of the United States. Later, in 1989, as his presidency was coming to a close, President Reagan was gifted this Delegate Section ticket for the 1980 RNC Conventi…
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