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Gallery: The Many Friends of Ronald Reagan

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Ronald Reagan’s memory may have deserted him at the end of his life, but the man we remember left a legacy of remembering the individual. Reagan pioneered the use of American stories in State of the Union addresses, celebrated his fellow entertainers, and, as seen here hugging former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev on his first visit to the U.S. since the fall of the Soviet Union, even embraced world leaders he had opposed.

 
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