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The presidency of Ronald Reagan began on January 20, 1981 when "Ronald Reagan was "inaugurated as "President of the United States, and ended on January 20, 1989.

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1981[edit]

January[edit]

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President Ronald Reagan presents astronaut John Young with the Congressional Space Medal of Honor as well as NASA's Distinguished Service Medal. Astronaut Robert C. Crippen also received the Distinguished Service Medal and Dr. Alan Lovelace was presented with the President's Citizens Medal, May 1, 1981

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President Reagan with Charlton Heston at a meeting with the Presidential Task Force on the Arts and Humanities in the White House Cabinet Room, June 15, 1981.

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President Ronald Reagan and his Supreme Court Justice nominee Sandra Day O'Connor at the White House, July 15, 1981.

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Donald Lambro interviews Ronald Reagan in 1981 in Oval Office, November 16, 1981

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October[edit]

November[edit]

December[edit]

1988[edit]

1989[edit]

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  2. ^ "Hostages safe!". Chicago Tribune. January 21, 1981. 
  3. ^ Maclean, John. "Delay lets Reagan, not Carter, announce the good news". Chicago Tribune. 
  4. ^ "Reagan imposes U.S. hiring freeze in his first official act". Chicago Tribune. January 20, 1981. 
  5. ^ Neal, Steve (January 22, 1981). "Reagan goes right to work on 1st day". Chicago Tribune. 
  6. ^ Maclean, John (January 21, 1981). "Reagan to study hostage pact before making judgement". Chicago Tribune. 
  7. ^ Neal, Steve. "President orders spending slashed". Chicago Tribune. 
  8. ^ "Haig sworn in, vows firm foreign policy". Chicago Tribune. 
  9. ^ "Tearful Reagan hails families". Chicago Tribune. January 25, 1981. 
  10. ^ Worsham, James (January 28, 1981). "Reagan minimizes oil decontrol cost". Chicago Tribune. 
  11. ^ Neal, Steve (January 30, 1981). "Reagan Rips Russ leaders". Chicago Tribune. 
  12. ^ "Reagan puts cash assets of $740,000 in blind trust". Chicago Tribune. January 31, 1981. 
  13. ^ "Haig warns Russ about Polish move". January 31, 1981. 
  14. ^ "Reagan aide sees no quick fix on the economy". Chicago Tribune. February 2, 1981. 
  15. ^ "Moscow lashes out at Reagan". Chicago Tribune. February 2, 1981. 
  16. ^ Neal, Steve (February 3, 1981). "Reagan hits Carter on Iran". Chicago Tribune. 
  17. ^ Neikirk, Bill (February 3, 1981). "1982 social programs face trims". Chicago Tribune. 
  18. ^ "Donovan is OKd; Cabinet complete". Chicago Tribune. February 4, 1981. 
  19. ^ "Weinberger leans toward neutron bomb". Chicago Tribune. February 4, 1981. 
  20. ^ Nominations & Appointments, February 4, 1981
  21. ^ "President wants tax, budget cuts". Chicago Tribune. February 6, 1981. 
  22. ^ "GOP helps Senate OK new debt lid". Chicago Tribune. February 7, 1981. 
  23. ^ Memorandum on the Fiscal Year 1982 Budget (February 7, 1981)
  24. ^ "U.S. moves to delay automatic seat belt rule by a year". Chicago Tribune. February 10, 1981. 
  25. ^ "Justice Department seeking new ways to fight violent crime". Chicago Tribune. February 11, 1981. 
  26. ^ "U.S. strongly criticizes Israeli settlements policy". Chicago Tribune. February 12, 1981. 
  27. ^ "Reagan plans state control over welfare". Chicago Tribune. February 13, 1981. 
  28. ^ Nomination of Emanuel S. Savas To Be an Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (February 23, 1981)
  29. ^ Remarks During a White House Briefing on the Program for Economic Recovery (February 24, 1981)
  30. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting the United States-Norway Fishery Agreement (February 24, 1981)
  31. ^ Letter Accepting the Resignation of Max Cleland as Administrator of Veterans Affairs (February 26, 1981)
  32. ^ Appointment of Wendy H. Borcherdt as Associate Director of Presidential Personnel (February 27, 1981)
  33. ^ Nomination of Gerald P. Carmen To Be Administrator of General Services (February 28, 1981)
  34. ^ "Reagan: No combat role in Salvador". Chicago Tribune. March 4, 1981. 
  35. ^ "U.S. helps Atlanta fight child terror". Chicago Tribune. March 6, 1981. 
  36. ^ "Trim waste, not aid - panel chief". Chicago Tribune. March 6, 1981. 
  37. ^ Neal, Steve. "Reagan to cut U.S. payroll by 63,000". Chicago Tribune. 
  38. ^ "Reagan spending-cut package wrapped up". Chicago Tribune. March 10, 1981. 
  39. ^ Remarks Outside Angelo's Restaurant in New York, New York (March 14, 1981)
  40. ^ Statement on the Westway Highway Project in New York, New York (March 14, 1981)
  41. ^ Message on the Observance of St. Patrick's Day, 1981 (March 16, 1981)
  42. ^ Remarks at a Reception for Members of the Associated General Contractors of America (March 16, 1981)
  43. ^ Remarks at the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture Dinner Honoring Secretary of Agriculture Block (March 17, 1981)
  44. ^ "Central America on communist 'hit list,' Haig warns Congress". Chicago Tribune. March 19, 1981. 
  45. ^ "U.S. to pressure Japanese on cars". Chicago Tribune. March 20, 1981. 
  46. ^ Remarks at the Conservative Political Action Conference Dinner (March 20, 1981)
  47. ^ Remarks at a White House Reception for Performers in and Sponsors of the Ford's Theatre Benefit Gala (March 21, 1981)
  48. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting a Report on the Community Impact of New Military Facilities (March 23, 1981)
  49. ^ Statement by the Press Secretary on Foreign and Domestic Crisis Management (March 24, 1981)
  50. ^ "Polish situation serious - Reagan". Chicago Tribune. March 27, 1981. 
  51. ^ "Soviets warned on invasion". Chicago Tribune. March 28, 1981. 
  52. ^ Nominations, March 28, 1981
  53. ^ "Haig sees 'good signs' Polish will solve crisis". -Chicago Tribune. March 29, 1981. 
  54. ^ Neal, Steve (April 1, 1981). "Reagan told about Brady; 'Oh, damn, oh, damn'". Chicago Tribune. 
  55. ^ Exchange Between the Vice President and Reporters on the President's Recovery Following the Attempted Assassination (March 31, 1981)
  56. ^ "State Senate panel OKs handgun ban". Chicago Tribune. April 2, 1981. 
  57. ^ "Poland invasion peril is growing: U.S". Chicago Tribune. April 3, 1981. 
  58. ^ Collin, Dorothy. "Reagan back near normal after running fever of 102". Chicago Tribune. 
  59. ^ "Polish crisis may end Haig's Mideast talks". Chicago Tribune. April 5, 1981. 
  60. ^ "Reagan still has fever, particles in lung". Chicago Tribune. April 6, 1981. 
  61. ^ "Panel rejects Reagan budget". Chicago Tribune. April 8, 1981. 
  62. ^ "Concession to Arabs seen in statement". Chicago Tribune. April 9, 1981. 
  63. ^ "Reagan likely to go home this weekend". Chicago Tribune. April 7, 1981. 
  64. ^ "Reagan hails Bradley for 'humility, courage'". Chicago Tribune. April 10, 1981. 
  65. ^ "Reagan going home from hospital, this weekend, but parley delayed". Chicago Tribune. April 11, 1981. 
  66. ^ Rowley, Storer (April 11, 1981). "The Brady 'miracle'". Chicago Tribune. 
  67. ^ Neal, Steve (April 12, 1981). "Reagan leaves hospital". Chicago Tribune. 
  68. ^ "Ex-hostages given award for Valor". Chicago Tribune. April 14, 1981. 
  69. ^ "Reagan hopes to woo 3 foes of budget plan". Chicago Tribune. April 14, 1981. 
  70. ^ "Reagan pardons 2 ex-FBI officials". Chicago Tribune. April 16, 1981. 
  71. ^ Coates, James. "I'll protect waste informers: Reagan". Chicago Tribune. 
  72. ^ Siddon, Arthur. "Reagan orders crackdown on U.S. deadbeats". Chicago Tribune. 
  73. ^ "Reagan, prince talk horses". Chicago Tribune. May 2, 1981. 
  74. ^ "Liquor firm win rules fight". Chicago Tribune. May 2, 1981. 
  75. ^ "Senate Democratic leader says he'll back Reagan's budget plan". Chicago Tribune. May 3, 1981. 
  76. ^ "U.S. to police Egypt-Israel peace in Sinai". Chicago Tribune. May 4, 1981. 
  77. ^ "Haig plans for Soviet talks". Chicago Tribune. May 5, 1981. 
  78. ^ "Bush calls Reagan foes obstructionists". Chicago Tribune. April 5, 1981. 
  79. ^ "Brady undergoes operation for blood clots in lungs". Chicago Tribune. May 5, 1981. 
  80. ^ Broder, Jonathan (May 5, 1981). "Reagan urges patience by Israel over missiles". Chicago Tribune. 
  81. ^ "NATO backs U.S.-Soviet talk". Chicago Tribune. May 6, 1981. 
  82. ^ "Nominee logjam eases in Senate". Chicago Tribune. May 6, 1981. 
  83. ^ Neikirk, Bill (May 7, 1981). "Regan warns on Social Security". Chicago Tribune. 
  84. ^ "Senate panel votes cut in food-stamp list". Chicago Tribune. May 7, 1981. 
  85. ^ "U.S. hits Libya terrorism, expels all envoys". Chicago Tribune. May 7, 1981. 
  86. ^ "Senate panels OKs 'workfare'". Chicago Tribune. May 8, 1981. 
  87. ^ Siddon, Arthur (May 8, 1981). "House OKs Reagan budget". Chicago Tribune. 
  88. ^ "Senate votes to curb pension hikes". Chicago Tribune. May 9, 1981. 
  89. ^ "Haig says Soviet Union is facing a 'gloomy future'". Chicago Tribune. May 10, 1981. 
  90. ^ Neikirk, Bill (May 12, 1981). "Slash benefits for early retirement, Reagan urges". Chicago Tribune. 
  91. ^ "Senate defeats 2 bids to alter Reagan's cuts". Chicago Tribune. May 12, 1981. 
  92. ^ "Panel OKs Salvador aid curb". Chicago Tribune. May 12, 1981. 
  93. ^ Neikirk, Bill (May 13, 1981). "14-point plan to keep Social Security afloat". Chicago Tribune. 
  94. ^ "Reagan budget breezes to 78-20 victory in Senate". Chicago Tribune. May 13, 1981. 
  95. ^ "Weinberger hails NATO response". Chicago Tribune. May 14, 1981. 
  96. ^ "Brady condition good as slight fever drops". Chicago Tribune. May 14, 1981. 
  97. ^ "Assassin target Reagan prays for wounded Pope". Chicago Tribune. May 14, 1981. 
  98. ^ "Spending plan sees $37.6 billion deficit". Chicago Tribune. May 15, 1981. 
  99. ^ "Weinberger says arms gap is inviting war". Chicago Tribune. May 19, 1981. 
  100. ^ "Reagan, astronauts salute Colombia crew". Chicago Tribune. May 20, 1981. 
  101. ^ "Donovan urges new penalties in crackdown on 'sweatshops'". Chicago Tribune. May 20, 1981. 
  102. ^ "Panel OKs $9.1 billion in benefit program cuts". Chicago Tribune. May 20, 1981. 
  103. ^ "Senate resolution opposes pension cuts". Chicago Tribune. May 21, 1981. 
  104. ^ "House Oks budget; Senate delays vote". Chicago Tribune. May 21, 1981. 
  105. ^ "Senate OKs Reagan austerity budget plan". Chicago Tribune. May 22, 1981. 
  106. ^ Nominations, May 23, 1981
  107. ^ Proclamation 4842—Memorial Day, May 25, 1981
  108. ^ Nomination of Jose Manuel Casanova To Be Executive Director of the Inter-American Development Bank (May 26, 1981)
  109. ^ Statement by Deputy Press Secretary Larry M. Speakes on Consultations With Ambassador Habib Concerning the Situation in Lebanon (May 27, 1981)
  110. ^ Nomination of Allen B. Clark, Jr., To Be Deputy Administrator of Veterans Affairs (May 29, 1981)
  111. ^ Message to the Congress Recommending Extension of the Veterans Education Assistance Program (May 30, 1981)
  112. ^ Message to Acting President Abdus Sattar of Bangladesh on the Death of President Ziaur Rahman (May 31, 1981)
  113. ^ Nominations, June 1, 1981
  114. ^ Executive Order 12306 -- Amendments to the Manual for Courts-Martial, United States, 1969 (Revised Edition) (June 1, 1981)
  115. ^ Message to the Congress on Trade With Romania, Hungary, and the People's Republic of China (June 2, 1981)
  116. ^ Nominations & Appointments, June 2, 1981
  117. ^ Nominations, June 3, 1981
  118. ^ Exchange With Reporters Following a Luncheon With Mother Teresa of Calcutta (June 4, 1981)
  119. ^ Nominations, June 4, 1981
  120. ^ Remarks on Presenting the Robert F. Kennedy Medal to Mrs. Kennedy (June 5, 1981)
  121. ^ "Reagan consults Nixon, rabbi says". Chicago Tribune. June 8, 1981. 
  122. ^ Remarks at the Welcoming Ceremony for President Jose Lopez Portillo of Mexico (June 8, 1981)
  123. ^ Message to the Congress Reporting Budget Rescissions (June 8, 1981)
  124. ^ Nominations, June 9, 1981
  125. ^ Remarks on the Departure of President Jose Lopez Portillo of Mexico (June 9, 1981)
  126. ^ Appointment of the 1981 - 82 White House Fellows
  127. ^ Statement by Deputy Press Secretary Speakes on the Situation in the Middle East (June 11, 1981)
  128. ^ Remarks on Signing a Resolution and a Proclamation Declaring National P.O.W.-M.I.A. Recognition Day, 1981 (June 12, 1981)
  129. ^ Statement on the Reduction of Federal Regulations (June 13, 1981)
  130. ^ Letter to the Attorney General Directing an Assessment of the Voting Rights Act (June 15, 1981)
  131. ^ Nomination of Joan M. Clark To Be Director General of the Foreign Service (June 16, 1981)
  132. ^ Remarks on Signing a Veterans Medical Care Bill (June 17, 1981)
  133. ^ Letter Accepting the Retirement of Potter Stewart as Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court (June 18, 1981)
  134. ^ Nominations, June 19, 1981
  135. ^ Remarks at a White House Reception Opening the "Champions of American Sport" Exhibition (June 22, 1981)
  136. ^ Remarks on the Program for Economic Recovery at a White House Breakfast for Democratic Members of the House of Representatives (June 23, 1981)
  137. ^ "80 seized in White House protest". Chicago Tribune. July 4, 1981. 
  138. ^ "China warns U.S. it may use force to take Taiwan". Chicago Tribune. July 4, 1981. 
  139. ^ Message on the Observance of Independence Day, 1981 (July 3, 1981)
  140. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting the United States-Egypt Agreement on Nuclear Energy (July 6, 1981)
  141. ^ Remarks Announcing the Intention To Nominate Sandra Day O'Connor To Be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States (July 7, 1981)
  142. ^ "O'Neill will push House on tax bill". Chicago Tribune. July 16, 1981. 
  143. ^ "Justice Dept. eyes probe of CIA chief". Chicago Tribune. 
  144. ^ "Reagan halts 10 jets for Israel". Chicago Tribune. July 21, 1981. 
  145. ^ Maclean, John (July 23, 1981). "Top Reagan aides blast Begin on Lebanon raids". Chicago Tribune. 
  146. ^ Neikirk, Bill (July 24, 1981). "Reagan agrees to indexing in tax cuts". Chicago Tribune. 
  147. ^ Message to the Senate Transmitting the United States-Sweden Supplementary Convention on Extradition (July 28, 1981)
  148. ^ Neikirk, Bill (July 30, 1981). "Bill passed by House, 238 to 195". Chicago Tribune. 
  149. ^ Statement on United States Immigration and Refugee Policy (July 30, 1981)
  150. ^ Nominations & Appointments, July 31, 1981
  151. ^ Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters on the Air Traffic Controllers Strike (August 3, 1981)
  152. ^ Remarks on Receiving Unspent Fiscal Year 1981 Funds From the Agency for International Development (August 4, 1981)
  153. ^ "Reagan OKs neutron arms; European protests expected". Chicago Tribune. August 9, 1981. 
  154. ^ "'Harassed' strikers can return - U.S". Chicago Tribune. August 8, 1981. 
  155. ^ Nominations, August 12, 1981
  156. ^ Nomination of Lenora Cole-Alexander To Be Director of the Women's Bureau of the Department of Labor (August 14, 1981)
  157. ^ Nomination of Michael H. Newlin To Be United States Ambassador to Algeria (August 17, 1981)
  158. ^ Oppenheim, Carol (August 19, 1981). "Reagan: I'll boost military, balance budget". Chicago Tribune. 
  159. ^ Nominations, August 18, 1981
  160. ^ Remarks on Board the U.S.S. Constellation off the Coast of California (August 20, 1981)
  161. ^ Nominations, August 28, 1981
  162. ^ Statement on the 41st Birthday of Press Secretary James S. Brady (August 29, 1981)
  163. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting an Alternative Plan for Federal Civilian Pay Increases (August 31, 1981)
  164. ^ Neikirk, Bill; O'Shea, James (September 2, 1981). "U.S. plans to ax 100,000 jobs". Chicago Tribune. 
  165. ^ Margolis, Jon (September 3, 1981). "Reagan adds 'chips' to nuke race". Chicago Tribune. 
  166. ^ Remarks in Chicago, Illinois, at the Annual Convention and Centennial Observance of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners (September 3, 1981)
  167. ^ Announcement of the Vice President's Leadership of the U.S. Delegation to the United States-Nigeria Bilateral Talks (September 4, 1981)
  168. ^ Nominations & Appointments, September 4, 1981
  169. ^ Nominations, September 16, 1981
  170. ^ Nominations, September 17, 1981
  171. ^ Remarks at the Dedication of the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum in Grand Rapids, Michigan (September 18, 1981)
  172. ^ Remarks in Denver, Colorado, at the Biennial Convention of the National Federation of Republican Women (September 18, 1981)
  173. ^ Remarks at a Breakfast Meeting With Representatives From the Private Sector Engaged in Volunteer Work (September 21, 1981)
  174. ^ Neal, Steve; Maclean, John. "Saudis won't share Iran's fate: Reagan". Chicago Tribune. 
  175. ^ Remarks at the Annual Meeting of the National Alliance of Business (October 5, 1981)
  176. ^ Proclamation 4869 -- General Pulaski Memorial Day (October 5, 1981)
  177. ^ Remarks About the Death of President Anwar el-Sadat of Egypt (October 6, 1981)
  178. ^ Nomination of Geoffrey Swaebe To Be United States Representative to the European Office of the United Nations (October 7, 1981)
  179. ^ "Reagan hails 3 former chiefs". Chicago Tribune. October 9, 1981. 
  180. ^ Nominations, October 14, 1981
  181. ^ Nominations & Appointments, October 30, 1981
  182. ^ Nominations, October 31, 1981
  183. ^ "Israel rejects Saudi plan for Mideast peace". Chicago Tribune. November 2, 1981. 
  184. ^ Remarks at the Welcoming Ceremony for King Hussein I of Jordan (November 2, 1981)
  185. ^ Toasts at the State Dinner Honoring King Hussein I of Jordan (November 2, 1981)
  186. ^ Nomination of John R. McKean To Be a Governor of the United States Postal Service (November 2, 1981)
  187. ^ Maclean, John; Neal, Steve (November 4, 1981). "Haig says he's being discredited". Chicago Tribune. 
  188. ^ de Lama, George. "Arab satellite OKd by U.S". Chicago Tribune. 
  189. ^ "Regan: Economy will be 'a downer'". Chicago Tribune. November 10, 1981. 
  190. ^ "President: Hard times ahead". Chicago Tribune. November 11, 1981. 
  191. ^ "Rights chairman fired by Reagan". Chicago Tribune. November 17, 1981. 
  192. ^ "Hinckley being checked for any damage to brain". Chicago Tribune. November 17, 1981. 
  193. ^ "U.S. to press Russ on bid to cut arms". Chicago Tribune. November 19, 1981. 
  194. ^ "Reagan aide saved Allen job". Chicago Tribune. November 20, 1981. 
  195. ^ Remarks at the Dedication of the James Madison Memorial Building of the Library of Congress (November 20, 1981)
  196. ^ Nominations, November 20, 1981
  197. ^ "Budget battle a warmup for 1983". Chicago Tribune. 
  198. ^ Nominations & Appointments, November 27, 1981
  199. ^ Remarks by Telephone to the Plenary Session of the Caribbean and Central America Action Conference in Miami, Florida (November 29, 1981)
  200. ^ "Reagan vows no retreat from economic plan". Chicago Tribune. December 1, 1981. 
  201. ^ "Reagan and labor open peace talks". Chicago Tribune. December 1, 1981. 
  202. ^ Collin, Dorothy (December 1, 1981). "Benefits safe, Reagan tells elderly". Chicago Tribune. 
  203. ^ "Regan weighs jobs for fired controllers". Chicago Tribune. December 1, 1981. 
  204. ^ Appointment of Forty-Four Members of the President's Task Force on Private Sector Initiatives, and Designation of Chairman (December 2, 1981)
  205. ^ Appointment of Thirteen Members of the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports (December 2, 1981)
  206. ^ Remarks at a Luncheon Meeting With Members of the President's Task Force on Private Sector Initiatives (December 2, 1981)
  207. ^ "Senate OKs B-1 bomber production". Chicago Tribune. December 4, 1981. 
  208. ^ Appointments & Nominations, December 4, 1981
  209. ^ Remarks on Signing the Energy and Water Development Appropriation Act, 1982 (December 4, 1981)
  210. ^ Statement on United States Intelligence (December 4, 1981)
  211. ^ "Khadafy calls Reagan a 'liar'". Chicago Tribune. December 7, 1981. 
  212. ^ "Report claims Reagan prefers Allen to resign". Chicago Tribune. December 7, 1981. 
  213. ^ "We have goods on Khadafy: Reagan". Chicago Tribune. December 8, 1981. 
  214. ^ "U.S. again expands Allen investigation". Chicago Tribune. December 9, 1981. 
  215. ^ "Reagan orders Yanks out of Libya". Chicago Tribune. December 11, 1981. 
  216. ^ "25% could lose Social Security disability check". Chicago Tribune. December 11, 1981. 
  217. ^ Announcement of the Creation of the President's Volunteer Action Awards Program (December 12, 1981)
  218. ^ "Reagan warns the Kremlin anew: Hands off Poland". Chicago Tribune. December 16, 2017. 
  219. ^ Margolis, Jon (December 18, 1981). "Reagan blames Soviet 'coercion'". Chicago Tribune. 
  220. ^ "Reagan suspends Israel pact over Golan annexation". Chicago Tribune. December 19, 1981. 
  221. ^ "Reagan being urged to OK big tax hikes". Chicago Tribune. December 22, 1981. 
  222. ^ "Economy in Poland near collapse: Haig". Chicago Tribune. December 25, 1981. 
  223. ^ "U.S. outlines crackdown on doctors owing to loans". Chicago Tribune. December 28, 1981. 
  224. ^ Gwertzman, Bernard (December 29, 1981). "Reagan eyes Soviet curbs". Chicago Tribune. 
  225. ^ Nominations & Appointments, December 29, 1981
  226. ^ Selection of Four Members of the Board of Directors of the National Railroad Passenger Corporation (December 30, 1981)
  227. ^ Letter Accepting the Resignation of Richard V. Allen as Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs (January 4, 1982)
  228. ^ Statement by Deputy Press Secretary Speakes on the Resignation of Richard V. Allen as Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and the Designation of William P. Clark for the Position (January 4, 1982)
  229. ^ Nominations & Appointments, January 5, 1982
  230. ^ Remarks of the President and Chancellor Helmut Schmidt of the Federal Republic of Germany Following Their Meeting (January 5, 1982)
  231. ^ Statement on Continuation of the Registration Program Under the Military Selective Service Act (January 7, 1982)
  232. ^ Miller, Judith (May 31, 2001). "U.S.-SOVIET MEETING ON ARMS CUTBACKS WILL BEGIN JUNE 29; Transcript of speech, page A14". New York Times. 
  233. ^ Apple, Jr., R. W. (June 9, 1982). "PRESIDENT URGES GLOBAL CRUSADE FOR DEMOCRACY; Text of Reagan's address, page A16". 
  234. ^ Weisman, Steven R. (June 12, 1982). "REAGAN, IN BERLIN, BIDS SOVIET WORK FOR A SAFE EUROPE". New York Times. 
  235. ^ Tagliabue, John (June 12, 1982). "THOUSANDS OF ANTI-REAGAN PROTESTERS CLASH WITH THE POLICE IN WEST BERLIN". New York Times. 
  236. ^ "VOTING RIGHTS ACT SIGNED BY REAGAN". New York Times. June 30, 1982. 
  237. ^ Geman, Ben (July 31, 2013). "Lawmakers Debate Whether to Name Ocean Waters After Reagan". "The Hill. Retrieved February 10, 2017. 
  238. ^ "Ronald Reagan: Proclamation 5030—Exclusive Economic Zone of the United States of America". The American Presidency Project. Retrieved February 10, 2017. 
  239. ^ Boyd, Gerald M. (March 1, 1985). "Reagan Terms Nicaraguan Rebels 'Moral Equal of Founding Fathers'". New York Times. 
  240. ^ Weinraub, Bernard (April 20, 1985). "WIESEL CONFRONTS REAGAN ON TRIP; PRESIDENT TO VISIT BERGEN-BELSEN; SURVIVOR OF HOLOCAUST URGES HIM NOT TO STOP AT GERMAN CEMETERY". New York Times. 
  241. ^ Weinraub, Bernard (May 6, 1985). "Reagan Joins Kohl in Brief Memorial at Bitburg Graves". 
  242. ^ "Garn, Colleagues From Space Meet With Reagan". Los Angeles Times. June 5, 1985. 
  243. ^ Memorandum on the Generalized System of Preferences (January 2, 1987)
  244. ^ Letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the President of the Senate on the Generalized System of Preferences (January 2, 1987)
  245. ^ Radio Address to the Nation on the Fiscal Year 1988 Budget (January 3, 1987)
  246. ^ Message to the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the President of the Senate Transmitting the Fiscal Year 1988 Budget (January 5, 1987)
  247. ^ Announcement of the Presentation of the Presidential Citizens Medal to Larry M. Speakes (January 30, 1987)
  248. ^ Appointment of Charles D. Hobbs as Assistant to the President (January 30, 1987)
  249. ^ Appointment of Gary L. Bauer as Assistant to the President for Policy Development (January 30, 1987)
  250. ^ Radio Address to the Nation on Administration Goals (January 31, 1987)
  251. ^ Maclean, John N. (April 20, 1987). "U.S. calls for oil leasing in Arctic wildlife refuge". 
  252. ^ "Bush shares spotlight with Easter Bunny". Chicago Tribune. April 21, 1987. 
  253. ^ Cawley, Janet (April 22, 1987). "Senate panel grants Poindexter limited immunity". Chicago Tribune. 
  254. ^ "Reagan aims jokes, praise at media". Chicago Tribune. April 23, 1987. 
  255. ^ "Pentagon shells 'Star Wars' study". Chicago Tribune. April 24, 1987. 
  256. ^ Coates, James (April 25, 1987). "Grand juries indict 15 white supremacists". Chicago Tribune. 
  257. ^ "Reagan says trade curbs risk America's prosperity". Chicago Tribune. April 26, 1987. 
  258. ^ Nomination of Kenneth Y. Tomlinson To Be a Member of the Board for International Broadcasting (May 11, 1987)
  259. ^ Remarks to Congressional Leaders on Defense Spending (May 12, 1987)
  260. ^ Proclamation 5662 -- National Day of Mourning for the Victims of United States Ship Stark (May 23, 1987)
  261. ^ Radio Address to the Nation on Memorial Day and the Budget Deficit (May 23, 1987)
  262. ^ The President's News Conference (June 11, 1987)
  263. ^ Statement on the Proposed United States Arms Sale to Saudi Arabia (June 11, 1987)
  264. ^ Remarks at the Italian-American Conference on Private Sector Initiatives in Venice, Italy (June 11, 1987)
  265. ^ Radio Address to the Nation on International Trade (June 13, 1987)
  266. ^ Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the All-America Cities Awards (July 16, 1987)
  267. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting the Annual Report on Environmental Quality (July 16, 1987)
  268. ^ Executive Order 12603 -- Presidential Commission on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic (July 16, 1987)
  269. ^ Remarks Following Discussions With Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher of the United Kingdom (July 17, 1987)
  270. ^ Nomination of Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr., To Be a Member of the Board of Directors of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (July 17, 1987)
  271. ^ Remarks to Broan Manufacturing Company Employees in Hartford, Wisconsin (July 27, 1987)
  272. ^ Remarks at a Rotary Club Luncheon in West Bend, Wisconsin (July 27, 1987)
  273. ^ Message to the Congress Reporting Budget Deferrals (October 1, 1987)
  274. ^ Nominations and Appointments (October 1, 1987)
  275. ^ Remarks on Signing the German-American Day Proclamation (October 2, 1987)
  276. ^ Nominations and Appointments (October 2, 1987)
  277. ^ Informal Exchange With Reporters on the Supreme Court Nomination of Robert H. Bork (October 2, 1987)
  278. ^ Radio Address to the Nation on Voluntarism and the Supreme Court Nomination of Robert H. Bork (October 3, 1987)
  279. ^ Remarks at a White House Luncheon for Members of the Volunteer International Council of the United States Information Agency (October 9, 1987)
  280. ^ Remarks to Supporters of Supreme Court Nominee Robert H. Bork (October 9, 1987)
  281. ^ Radio Address to the Nation on the Supreme Court Nomination of Robert H. Bork (October 10, 1987)
  282. ^ Statement on the Death of Alfred M. Landon (October 12, 1987)
  283. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-In Ceremony for William Steele Sessions as Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (November 2, 1987)
  284. ^ Nomination of Chandler L. van Orman To Be Administrator of the Economic Regulatory Administration at the Department of Energy (November 2, 1987)
  285. ^ Nomination of Ann D. McLaughlin To Be Secretary of Labor (November 3, 1987)
  286. ^ Address to the People of Western Europe on Soviet-United States Relations (November 4, 1987)
  287. ^ Nominations and Appointments (November 4, 1987)
  288. ^ Appointment of Frederick J. Ryan, Jr., as Assistant to the President (November 4, 1987)
  289. ^ Statement on Japan-United States Semiconductor Trade (November 4, 1987)
  290. ^ Nomination of Frank C. Carlucci To Be Secretary of Defense (November 5, 1987)
  291. ^ Informal Exchange With Reporters on the Supreme Court Nomination of Douglas H. Ginsburg (November 6, 1987)
  292. ^ Remarks to Ethnic and Minority Administration Supporters on the Supreme Court Nomination of Douglas H. Ginsburg (November 6, 1987)
  293. ^ Nominations and Appointments (November 6, 1987)
  294. ^ Radio Address to the Nation on Philippine-United States Relations and the Situation in Central America (November 7, 1987)
  295. ^ Statement on the Withdrawal of the Supreme Court Nomination of Douglas H. Ginsburg (November 7, 1987)
  296. ^ Remarks to the Volunteers and Staff of the United Way of America in Alexandria, Virginia (November 9, 1987)
  297. ^ Remarks to Representatives of the Organization of American States (November 9, 1987)
  298. ^ White House Statement on the Monetary Exchange Rate (November 10, 1987)
  299. ^ Remarks at the Welcoming Ceremony for President Chaim Herzog of Israel (November 10, 1987)
  300. ^ Informal Exchange With Reporters (November 10, 1987)
  301. ^ Remarks Announcing the Nomination of Anthony M. Kennedy To Be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States (November 11, 1987)
  302. ^ Remarks Following a Meeting With Afghan Resistance Leaders and Members of Congress (November 12, 1987)
  303. ^ Appointment of Marion C. Blakey as Special Assistant to the President and Director of Public Affairs (November 12, 1987)
  304. ^ Proclamation 5741 -- National Arts Week, 1987 (November 12, 1987)
  305. ^ Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the Young American Medals for Bravery and Service (November 13, 1987)
  306. ^ Radio Address to the Nation on the Supreme Court Nomination of Anthony M. Kennedy, Central America, and Deficit Reduction (November 14, 1987)
  307. ^ Remarks at the Annual Meeting of the American Council of Life Insurance (November 16, 1987)
  308. ^ Proclamation 5742 -- Recognition of the Disabled American Veterans Vietnam Veterans National Memorial as a Memorial of National Significance (November 16, 1987)
  309. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting the Japan-United States Fishery Agreement (November 17, 1987)
  310. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-In Ceremony for Frank C. Carlucci as Secretary of Defense (November 23, 1987)
  311. ^ Executive Order 12616 -- Providing for the Restoration of Law and Order in the State of Georgia (November 24, 1987)
  312. ^ Remarks on Arms Control and an Informal Exchange With Reporters in Denver, Colorado (November 24, 1987)
  313. ^ Remarks on the Strategic Defense Initiative to Martin Marietta Denver Astronautics Employees in Waterton, Colorado (November 24, 1987)
  314. ^ Radio Address to the Nation on Soviet-United States Relations (November 28, 1987)
  315. ^ Remarks to Local Business Leaders at a White House Briefing on Deficit Reduction (November 30, 1987)
  316. ^ Remarks at a Luncheon Hosted by the Heritage Foundation (November 30, 1987)
  317. ^ Statement on Signing the Older Americans Act Amendments of 1987 (November 30, 1987)
  318. ^ Nomination of Leonard H.O. Spearman, Sr., To Be United States Ambassador to Rwanda (December 1, 1987)
  319. ^ Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With Area High School Seniors in Jacksonville, Florida (December 1, 1987)
  320. ^ Letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the President of the Senate Transmitting a Report on Soviet Noncompliance With Arms Control Agreements (December 2, 1987)
  321. ^ Statement by Assistant to the President for Press Relations Fitzwater on Soviet Noncompliance With Arms Control Agreements (December 2, 1987)
  322. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-In Ceremony for James H. Burnley IV as Secretary of Transportation (December 3, 1987)
  323. ^ Nomination of T.S. Ary To Be Director of the Bureau of Mines (December 3, 1987)
  324. ^ Nomination of Mark Sullivan III To Be General Counsel of the Department of the Treasury (December 4, 1987)
  325. ^ Radio Address to the Nation on Deficit Reduction and Soviet-United States Relations (December 5, 1987)
  326. ^ Proclamation 5750 -- Wright Brothers Day, 1987 (December 5, 1987)
  327. ^ Informal Exchange With Reporters on the Soviet-United States Summit Meeting (December 7, 1987)
  328. ^ Statement on Signing the Sentencing Act of 1987 (December 7, 1987)
  329. ^ Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With News Editors and Broadcasters (December 11, 1987)
  330. ^ Nomination of Hershey Gold To Be a Member of the United States Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy (December 11, 1987)
  331. ^ Radio Address to the Nation Following the Soviet-United States Summit Meeting (December 12, 1987)
  332. ^ Remarks to the Board of Trustees of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (December 14, 1987)
  333. ^ Appointment of Charles Nicholas Rostow as Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs (December 14, 1987)
  334. ^ Nomination of J. Daniel Howard To Be an Assistant Secretary of Defense (December 21, 1987)
  335. ^ Executive Order 12618 -- Uniform Treatment of Federally Funded Inventions (December 22, 1987)
  336. ^ Proclamation 5755 -- Year of New Sweden, 1988 (December 23, 1987)
  337. ^ Proclamation 5756 -- National Skiing Day, 1988 (December 23, 1987)
  338. ^ Proclamation 5757 -- National Day of Excellence, 1988 (December 23, 1987)
  339. ^ Executive Order 12620 -- Delegation of Authority With Respect to the Administration of Justice Program (December 24, 1987)
  340. ^ White House Statement on Imports From the European Economic Community (December 24, 1987)
  341. ^ Radio Address to the Nation on Voluntarism (December 26, 1987)
  342. ^ Statement on the Eighth Anniversary of the Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan (December 27, 1987)
  343. ^ Executive Order 12621 -- President's Task Force on Market Mechanisms (December 29, 1987)
  344. ^ Order 12622 -- Adjustments of Certain Rates of Pay and Allowances (December 31, 1987)
  345. ^ Statement by Assistant to the President for Press Relations Fitzwater on the Veterans' Compensation Cost-of-Living Adjustment Act of 1987 (December 31, 1987)
  346. ^ de Lama, George (June 6, 1988). "Reagan says he sensed 'new hope' in USSR". Chicago Tribune. 

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