President Reagan Final Foreign Policy Address
In a foreign policy address at the University of Virginia, President Reagan reviewed his foreign policy record and criticized Congress for… read more
In a foreign policy address at the University of Virginia, President Reagan reviewed his foreign policy record and criticized Congress for exceeding its proper authority and intruding into his prerogatives as chief diplomat and military commander by using ‘'the blunt instrument of legislation'’ to limit his flexibility. ''Sometimes attempts are made to weaken my hand,'' he added as part of his criticism of the partisan nature of legislative attempts to influence foreign policy. close
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- John W. Warner U.S. Senator [R] Virginia
President Ronald Reagan spoke at the World Affairs Council in Los Angeles, California.
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