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History Internal Assessment Was President Ronald Reagan the reason for the Cold War’s conclusion? Word Count: 1,634 Was President Ronald Reagan the reason for the Cold War’s conclusion? A. Plan of Investigation This investigation focuses on the impact that President Ronald Reagan had on ending the Cold War between the United States of America and the Soviet Union during the 1980’s. The use of historian argumentation, primary sources, such as Ronald Reagan’s Address to the Nation on Defense...

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Ronald Reagan

Reckoning with Reagan: America and its President in the 1980s Michael Schaller Oxford University Press: New York, 1992 Ronald Reagan was more than a president. He was a phenomenon. Since he left office in 1989, many authors have tried to effectively identify who this man really was. He was an icon to some, and an enigma to others. He stood up to the worst economic, domestic, and international threats of the time and yet, took naps in the middle of cabinet meetings. At the height of his popularity...

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Impulse Control Disorders

Riyn Williams December 1, 2012 POSC 01 Mr. Roberts Research Paper: President Ronald Reagan Ronald Reagan Since 1788, there has been a so called “leader” known as the President who runs this country, the United States of America. The President has major jobs and/or priorities to take care of in the United States such as the people and America itself. The President is the Commander and Chief of the Military forces, can veto and approve laws, appoints court officials, enforces...

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Externality

steel mill pollutes? Ronald Coase put forth the solution which is known as the Coase Theorem: "Under perfect competition, once government has assigned clearly defined property rights in contested resources and as long as transactions costs are negligible, private parties that generate or are affected by externalities will negotiate voluntary agreements that lead to the socially optimal resource allocation and output mix regardless of how the property rights are assigned" (Ronald H. Coase, "The Problem...

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Ethics: Gay Marriage

com/hitler_was_christian.htm). I do want to mention that not all Conservatives or Republicans have been bad men with ulterior agendas. Abraham Lincoln (http://www.history.com/topics/us-presidents/abraham-lincoln) and Ronald Reagan (http://www.history.com/topics/us-presidents/ronald-reagan) were great men that will forever be remembered for their leadership as Presidents of our nation. Liberals in history have not been held to the high standard that Conservatives have because of their beliefs are...

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The Brandenburg Gate Speech

the Audience: The Brandenburg Gate Speech Ronald Reagan, the former president of the United States from 1981 to 1989, spoke in the Brandenburg Gate. Ronald Reagan gave his famous “Tear Down this Wall” speech in Berlin. Many people in Germany were ready for freedom and others wanted it as well. Many people felt there should be peace within the city. Ronald Reagan wanted to persuade the Soviets and Communists that change and openness was a great thing. Ronald Reagan’s speech was a sort of challenge to...

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The Jaguar Smile

FSLN or as the Sandinistas) came to power in Nicaragua in 1979 supported by much of the populace and elements of the Catholic Church. The government was initially backed by the US under Jimmy Carter, but the support evaporated under the presidency of Ronald Reagan in light of evidence that the Sandinistas were providing help to the FMLN rebels in El Salvador. The US imposed economic sanctions and a trade embargo instead which contributed to the collapse of the Nicaraguan economy in the early to mid-1980s...

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annotated bibliography

includes information on the political aspects of ceasing conflict before and after the Cold War. Topics include Soviet thinking, nuclear deterrence, and several other causes and effects of conflict termination. This source would be useful to a study of Ronald Reagan’s administration’s effect on political Soviet policies during the Cold War because it provides examples of terminated conflicts before and after the Cold War. Funigiello, Philip J. American-Soviet Trade in the Cold War. Chapel Hill: ...

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Happy Birthday History!

WALL!” On June 12th, 1987, President Ronald Reagan spoke these words in a speech in Berlin, Germany. This speech is believed to be the beginning of the end of the cold war and the end of communism. During this time, a wall was dividing East and West Berlin. This wall divided families, jobs, societies, and communists to non-communists. Individuals died trying to cross the wall to get to freedom and families. The Berlin wall was devastating to many peoples. Ronald Reagan stepped up and visited Germany...

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Mcdonald's Environmental Factors

worldwide corporate success, and much of this success has been due to their marketing decisions. Here, we will find out what exactly McDonald’s has done to beat the competition and grow as a company worldwide. McDonald’s 3 Worldwide, Ronald McDonald is one of the most recognizable characters to this day. The first McDonalds opened in 1937 (Colonel 66, 2003). In just a little over seventy years, McDonalds has become one of the biggest corporations in the world. This success did not happen...

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