"The Reagan Legacy"
Introduction In the 1980 presidential election, it seemed that the United States was ready for Ronald Reagan. The two previous decades had seen turmoil, war, economic troubles, and weakening political influence abroad. Ronald Reagan's homespun values and promises to restore Americans' faith in the government appealed to many voters, and they gave him a decided victory. During his two terms in office, he proposed increased military spending, decreased taxes, and reduced government control. Did his presidency deliver on his campaign promises? Draw your own conclusions after visiting this Web site about American presidents.
Destination Title: The Presidents
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