Second inaugural address

Reagan, Ronald
August 2017
Second Inaugural Address (Reagan);8/1/2017, p1
Presents the text of the author's address at his second inauguration as president of the United States, given on January 21, 1985. Brief survey of American history in the last century; Changes since the author's 1981 election as president; Plans to put into effect a balanced budget; Response to the Soviet-American nuclear standoff; Other comments.


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