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On January 20, 1981, Ronald Wilson Reagan became the 40th President of the United States. He championed “a great new beginning” for America.
February 5,1981-Address to the Nation on the Economy
September 24,1981-Address to the Nation on Economic Recovery and Social Security
December 23,1981-Address to the Nation on the Situation in Poland
January 22,1981-Establishment of Presidential Task Force on Regulatory Relief
March 26,1981-Signing of Executive Order 12301 establishing the Presidential Council on Integrity & Efficiency
July 21,1981-Ottawa Economic Summit Conference
April 12-14,1981Inaugural Flight of Space Shuttle Columbia
May 21-22,1981-Visit of Chancellor Helmut Schmidt of the Federal Republic of Germany
October 21-24,1981-Cancun Summit on International Cooperation and Development
The Heritage Foundation will reflect on the historic inaugural year of the Reagan Administration and the revolution in American politics that ushered in “The Age of Reagan.”
1937-Captain Reagen, First Film
1966-Governor of California
1968-Candidate for President
1970-Re-elected as Governor
1976-Candidate for President
1985-Soviet INF Concessions
1989-Reagan’s Final Budget
1991-The Reagan Legacy
2003-Happy Birthday, Mr.President
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