Ronald Regan; the most influential man in America
Founder of “Reganomics”, tough on union workers and know as the “Great Communicator.” Ronald Regan also rose the age you can collect social security from sixty-five to seventy-two. Also one of the first things he did once he got into office, was he got all the American hostages released from Iran. In my opinion Ronald Regan was the most influential man in America during the twenty first century.
Ronald Regan was born on February 6, 1911. He went to Dixon High School, and was interested in football and acting. He had the nickname “Dutch” because his family was from an Irish decent, and his father said he looked like an Irish Dutch boy. His first job was as a lifeguard at a nearby public swimming pool. He went to Eureka College, and finished in 1932, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology and Economics. After college he worked at numerous radio stations as a radio broadcaster. He was also an Actor; his first movie was love is in the air. And by 1939 he had already been in nineteen movies.
Ronald Regan was married to Jane Wyman from 1940 to 1948 and had three children; Mavreen Regan, Christine Regan, and Michael Regan. In 1952 he was remarried to Nancy Davis until he died in 2004 they had two children; Pati Regan and Ron Regan.
On January 20, 1981, Ronald Regan was elected the fortieth president of the United States of America. He served two terms; till 1989. Till this day he is still he is the oldest person to be elected for president. During his presidency he came up with the idea of “reganomics” this reduced tax rates to spur up economic growth, control the money supply to reduce inflation and reduce economic growth and reduce government spending. He...
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