Reagan Address to Jr. High School Students
The event was telecast in several classrooms throughout the country.
President Ronald Reagan marked the beginning of American Education Week and spoke to school students in the East Room of the White House. He talked about the foundations of American government, the values of democracy, and the regard for the United States held by other countries. He also answered questions from the students.
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