Governor Reagan

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Lyn Nofziger - Biography
... In 1966, Nofziger was named press secretary for Reagan's successful gubernatorial campaign in California, and served two years as Governor Reagan's Director of ... As Governor Reagan set his sights on the Republican presidential nomination in 1976, Nofziger served his campaign as press secretary, convention director and director of ... Nofziger went back to work for Governor Reagan as he began laying the groundwork for the 1980 campaign, serving as executive vice-chairman of ...
People's Park - 15 May 1969 – "Bloody Thursday"
... Governor Ronald Reagan had been publicly critical of university administrators for tolerating student demonstrations at the Berkeley campus, and he had received enormous popular ... Reagan called the Berkeley campus "a haven for communist sympathizers, protesters and sex deviants." Reagan considered the creation of the park a direct ... Governor Reagan overrode Chancellor Heyns' May 6 promise that nothing would be done without warning, and on Thursday, 15 May 1969 at 430 a.m ...
List Of 1980 Swing States - General Election - The Debates
... External video Reagan-Carter presidential debate, October 28, 1980 An important event in the 1980 presidential campaign was the lone presidential debate, which was ... Going into the debate, average poll data indicated that Reagan had a two to three point lead over Carter ... After the debate, Reagan was able to increase his lead dramatically against the president to win a comfortable Republican victory ...

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    A tree’s a tree. How many more do you need to look at?
    —Ronald Reagan (b. 1911)

    Three years ago, also, when the Sims tragedy was acted, I said to myself, There is such an officer, if not such a man, as the Governor of Massachusetts,—what has he been about the last fortnight? Has he had as much as he could do to keep on the fence during this moral earthquake?... He could at least have resigned himself into fame.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)