Ronald W. Reagan (1981-1989)

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VICE PRESIDENT AND FIRST LADY:

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George H.W. Bush
Nancy Reagan
Nancy Reagan

OVERVIEW:

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Miller Center
History Channel
Wikipedia

RESOURCES/ PAPERS:

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Reagan Presidential Library
Presidential Foundation
Public Papers (Reagan Library)
Papers (American Presidency Project)
Major Speeches (Reagan Library, Miller Center)
Reagan Legacy Series (C-SPAN)
Transition Interviews (National Archives)
National Archives Materials
Smithsonian Collection
American Presidents: Life Portraits (C-SPAN)
Reagan (PBS)

1980 ELECTION:

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1981 INAUGURATION:

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Inaugural Address (Transcript, Video, Ceremonies)
Media (WP, NYT)
Luncheon (1981)
Library of Congress (1981)
Joint Congressional Committee (1981)

1981 ASSASSINATION ATTEMPT:

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Media Coverage, 3/30/1981 (NYT, WP, NBC, ABC, CBSCNN)
FBI Report
Photo Gallery (Reagan Library)
The John Hinckley Trial  (UMKC)
Rawhide Down

1984 ELECTION:

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1985 INAUGURATION:

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Inaugural Address (Transcript, Video, Ceremonies)
Media (NYT)
Luncheon (1985)
Library of Congress (1985)
Joint Congressional Committee (1985)

CABINET/ STAFF:

Reagan Cabinet
Chief of Staff:
Kenneth M. Duberstein (1988–1989)
Howard H. Baker, Jr. (1987–1988)
Donald T. Regan (1985–1987)
James A. Baker (1981–1985)

Press Secretary:
Marlin Fitzwater (1987–1993)
Larry M. Speakes (1981–1987)
James Brady (1981–1987)

Secretary of Agriculture:
Richard E. Lyng (1986–1989)
John R. Block (1981–1986)

Director of Central Intelligence:
William H. Webster (1987–1991)
William J. Casey (1981–1987)

Secretary of Commerce:
C. William Verity (1987–1989)
Malcolm Baldrige (1981–1987)

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff:
William J. Crowe, Jr. (1985-1989)
John W. Vessey, Jr. (1982-1985)
David C. Jones (1978-1982)

Secretary of Defense:
Frank C. Carlucci (1987–1989)
Caspar W. Weinberger (1981–1987)

Secretary of Education:
Lauro F. Cavazos (1988–1990)
William J. Bennett (1985–1988)
Terrel H. Bell (1981–1984)

Secretary of Energy:
John Herrington (1985–1989)
Donald P. Hodel (1982–1985)
James B. Edwards (1981–1982)

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator:
Lee M. Thomas (1985–1989)
William D. Ruckelshaus (1983–1985)
Anne M. Gorsuch (1981–1983)

Secretary of Health and Human Services:
Otis R. Bowen (1985–1989)
Margaret Heckler (1983–1985)
Richard S. Schweiker (1981–1983)

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development:
Samuel R. Pierce, Jr. (1981–1989)

Secretary of the Interior:
Donald P. Hodel (1985–1989)
William P. Clark, Jr. (1983–1985)
James G. Watt (1981–1983)

Attorney General:
Richard Thornburgh (1988–1991)
Edwin Meese, III (1985–1988)
William French Smith (1981–1985)

Secretary of Labor:
Ann Dore McLaughlin (1987–1989)
William E. Brock (1985–1987)
Raymond J. Donovan (1981–1985)

National Security Adviser:
Colin Powell (1987–1989)
Frank C. Carlucci (1986–1987)
John M. Poindexter (1985–1986)
Robert C. “Bud” McFarlane (1983–1985)
William P. Clark, Jr. (1982-1983)
Richard V. Allen (1981–1982)

Office of Management and Budget Director:
Joseph R. Wright, Jr. (1988–1989)
James C. Miller III (1985–1988)
David A. Stockman (1981–1985)

Secretary of State:
George P. Shultz (1982–1989)
Alexander M. Haig Jr. (1981–1982)

U.S. Trade Representative:
Clayton K. Yeutter (1985–1989)
William E. Brock (1981–1985)

Secretary of Transportation:
James H. Burnley (1987–1989)
Elizabeth H. Dole (1983–1987)
Andrew L. Lewis Jr. (1981–1983)

Secretary of the Treasury:
Nicholas F. Brady (1988–1993)
James A. Baker (1985–1988)
Donald T. Regan (1981–1985)

Ambassador to the United Nations:
Vernon A. Walters (1985–1989)
Jeane J. Kirkpatrick (1981–1985)

Chairman of the Federal Reserve:
Paul Volcker (1979-1987)
Alan Greenspan (1987–2006)

Counselors/ Advisors:
Michael Deaver
Lyn Nofziger
Peggy Noonan

CABINET PHOTOS:

1981
1984
1987
1989

SUPREME COURT:

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Antonin Scalia (1986–2016)
Anthony M. Kennedy (1988–)
William H. Rehnquist (19722005)
Sandra Day O’Connor (1981–2006)

CONGRESS:

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Speaker of the House:
Thomas P. “Tip” O’Neill, Jr.  (1977–1987)
James C. Wright, Jr. (1987–1989)

Senate Majority Leader:
Howard H. Baker, Jr. (1981–1985)
Robert J. Dole (1985–1987)
Robert C. Byrd (1987–1989)

THE IRAN-CONTRA AFFAIR:

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Brown University

IMAGE GALLERY:

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BOOKS:

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ARTICLES:

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Obituaries, 6/6/2004 (NYT, WP, LAT)
Reagan Unscripted (Vanity Fair, 6/2007)
The Unknowable (The New Yorker, 2004)

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