Speaking My Mind: Selected Speeches

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Simon and Schuster, Aug 1, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 432 pages
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The most important speeches of America's "Great Communicator": Here, in his own words, is the record of Ronald Reagan's remarkable political career and historic eight-year presidency.
  

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User Review  - Chris Wiley - Goodreads

Great book of selected speeches from Reagan. These were memorable speeches that impacted history. Read full review

Review: Speaking My Mind: Selected Speeches

User Review  - Bsass78 - Goodreads

What a champion of civil liberties this man was!! I knew that from history, but have never taken the time to read his speeches. They are amazing! If you liked him at all, it will really appeal to you! Read full review

Contents

Foreword
13
Televised Nationwide Address on Behalf of Senator Barry
22
Eisenhower College FundRaiser Washington D C
37
Robert Taylor Eulogy Los Angeles California June
46
Inaugural Address West Front of the U S Capitol
59
Remarks at a Luncheon for Members of the Baseball Hall
67
Address to the Nation on the Economy Oval Office
74
Remarks at the Eightyfourth Annual Dinner of the Irish
87
Address to the Nation on the Upcoming U S Soviet
247
Remarks at BergenBelsen Concentration Camp and Bitburg
256
Remarks on Presenting the Presidential Medal of Freedom
267
Remarks at the Memorial Service for Members of the 101st
280
Address to the Nation on the Challenger Disaster Oval
289
Remarks at a Dinner Honoring Tip ONeill Washington
293
Address to the Nation on Return from Meeting with
307
Meeting with Hostage David Jacobsen and Reporters
317

Remarks at the Conservative Political Action Conference
93
Remarks on the Departure of the U S Delegation to Funeral
102
Eureka College Alumni Dinner Peoria Illinois May
121
Remarks at the Recommissioning of the USS New Jersey
127
Annual National Prayer Breakfast Washington D C
135
Address on Central America Before a Joint Session of
145
Remarks on Greeting the Finalists of the National Spelling
161
Remarks at the Annual Convention of the National
168
Remarks on Awarding the U S Coast Guard Medal
181
Remarks on Accepting the GOP Presidential Nomination
199
Remarks at the U S Ranger Monument Pointe du Hoc
217
Remarks at the Normandy Invasion Ceremony Omaha
223
Remarks at the Al Smith Dinner New York City October
231
1987
323
Remarks at a Ceremony Honoring Residents of Chase
332
Remarks at the Memorial Service for Crew Members of
342
Remarks at the Brandenburg Gate West Berlin June
348
Remarks at the Memorial Service for Edith Luckett Davis
357
Veterans Day Ceremony Vietnam Veterans Memorial
365
Remarks at the White House Correspondents Dinner
370
Remarks at a Campaign Rally for Vice President George
393
Tribute to Mrs Reagan Republican National Convention
403
1989
409
The Wit and Wisdom of Ronald Reagan
419
Index
428
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Ronald Reagan was the 40th President of the United States of America. He served two terms as President, from 1981 to 1989.

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