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Evaluating Ronald Reagan's Legacy

When Ronald Reagan died in 2004, he was widely hailed as one of the greatest American presidents and credited with ending (and winning) the Cold War. Evaluate Ronald Reagan's legacy in the United States and in international affairs.
What were his administration's most significant domestic and international achievements? Failures?

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YOU must put your interpretation of Ronald Reagan in perspective as those on the RIGHT or conservatives hail him as one of the greatest American presidents while those on the LEFT or liberals hail him as one of the worst presidents in the history of the United States. Therefore, your assertion that he was widely held as one of the greatest American presidents is flawed unless you put the asterisk that he is widely held by approximately 50% of the population as being one of the greatest American presidents. With that said, I will evaluate Reagan's legacy in the United States as well as in international affairs.

In regard to domestic affairs I believe that his legacy is one of anti-progressivism wherein he took away from the poor with ...

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Ronald Reagan's Legacy.

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