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    Ronald Reagan and the End of the Cold War

    Mr. Billington talked about how President Reagan did not take the credit for the end of the Cold War when Mr. Billington believes he deserved some credit. He stated that the…

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    Presidents as Communicators

    Members of the press who have followed presidential politics talked about presidents in the broadcast age and their effectiveness as communicators. Mr. Matthews moderated the…

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    Media Coverage of the White House

    Mr. Brokaw spoke about media coverage of the presidency in an increasingly media-rich society and in a world where the U.S. is the only superpower. He analyzed why covering the…

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    Presidential News Coverage

    Mr. Snow moderated a discussion among journalists and two former presidential candidates. They discussed limits, if any, of media coverage of presidents, and the limits of…

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    Reagan and Foreign Policy

    Ambassador Kirkpatrick talked about the foreign policy of the Reagan administration. This was part of a tribute to the former president on the occasion of his 87th…

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    Reagan Presidency

    Ms. Sawyer talked about the presidency of Ronald Reagan and how America has changed since he left office. She gave her impressions about the Reagan era and the confidence…

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    Reclaiming the Reagan Legacy

    Sen. Thompson talked about the presidency and legacy of President Reagan as well as his own career in politics. He talked about his first meeting with President Reagan in 1968…

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    Reykjavik Summit

    Mr. Cochran moderated a panel on the 1986 Reykjavik, Iceland Summit. Panelists speculated about how the summit might have ended differently if President Reagan had agreed to…

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    Reykjavik Summit

    Prior to the panel, Mr. Palazchenko read a letter from former Soviet President Gorbachev regretting that he could not attend the forum. Then U.S. and Soviet participants in the…

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    Reykjavik Summit

    Former Secretary Shultz delivered opening remarks at a conference on the summit meeting between President Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev in Reykjavik, Iceland in 1986. He described some of…

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    Presidential Debates Conference: Closing

    Mr. Broder closed this conference titled, “Debating the Debaters: Defining Moments in Presidential Campaigns.” He spoke about the role of presidential debates in the…

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    Presidential Debates Conference: Opening

    Mr. Shaw opened this conference titled, “Debating the Debaters: Defining Moments in Presidential Campaigns.” In his remarks, he spoke about the history of presidential…

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    Future of Presidential Debates

    Panelists discussed the future of presidential debates, especially possible format changes that would lead to more direct voter participation. They examined the need of both candidates…

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    Presidential Debates

    Panelists reflected on some of the greatest historical moments in presidential debates from the first televised debate in 1960 between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon to today. They…

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    The Reagan Legacy: Closing

    Mr. Walesa spoke about his personal reminiscences of President Reagan and his impact on world history. He argued that Poland and all former Soviet bloc countries owe President…

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    The Reagan Legacy: White House Years

    Panelists discussed the President Reagan’s leadership abilities. They analyzed how he possessed both the motive, passion and spontanaiety to show leadership in the smallest and…

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    The Reagan Legacy: Before the White House

    As part of a symposium on the legacy of Ronald Reagan, the panelists discussed the former president’s years in Hollywood and his two terms as governor of California. They shared…

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    The Reagan Legacy: Opening

    The Reagan Center sponsored a symposium on the legacy of Ronald Reagan as actor, governor and one of the longest-lived U.S. presidents. Mr. Wallace participated by remote…

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    Remembering Geneva

    In a conference on U.S.-Soviet Relations and the Reagan Presidency, the participants reminisced about the first meeting between President Reagan and Soviet President…

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    Road to Geneva

    In a conference on U.S.-Soviet Relations and the Reagan Presidency, the panelists examined how the strained relations during the early 1980s evolved into the mid 1980s with the first summit…

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