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Bibliography
Primary
Gorbachev, Mikhail. Letter to Ronald Reagan. 24 Mar. 1985. The Reagan Files. Jason SaltounEbin, 2012. Web. 15 Jan. 2015.

This letter was used as a supplemental document to show the relations between Reagan
and Gorbachev at the start of their relationship. This is a primary source because it
is the actual letters that were exchanged between the two leaders.
Gorbachev, Mikhail. Letter to Ronald Reagan. 5 Dec. 1985. The Reagan Files. Jason SaltounEbin, 2012. Web. 15 Jan. 2015.

This letter was used as a supplemental document to show the relations between Reagan
and Gorbachev regarding the AMB Treaty. This is a primary source because it
is the actual letters that were exchanged between the two leaders.
Gorbachev, Mikhail. Letter to Ronald Reagan. 13 Sep. 1988. The Reagan Files. Jason SaltounEbin, 2012. Web. 15 Jan. 2015.
This letter was used as a supplemental document to show the relations between Reagan
and Gorbachev at the end of their relationship. This is a primary source because it
is the actual letters that were exchanged between the two leaders.
"Hellcats of the Navy: Trailer." YouTube. YouTube, 23 Apr. 2011. Web. 20 Jan. 2015.

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This Video was used to show Reagan as an actor before he became a politician. This is
a primary source because it is a clip from Reagan as an actor.
""Mr. Gorbachev - Tear down This Wall." - Ronald Reagan, Berlin, 1987." YouTube. YouTube,
23 Nov. 2012. Web. 01 Feb. 2015.

This is a video of Reagan visiting the Berlin Wall. While he was at the Berlin Wall he
demanded that Mr. Gorbachev tear down the wall. This serves as a primary source
because it documents a live event in which Reagan spoke.
Noonan, Peggy, and Ronald Reagan. "Evil Empire." Annual Convention of the National
Association of Evangelicals. Sheraton Twin Towers Hotel, Orlando. 8 Mar. 1983. Miller
Center. Web. 6 Jan. 2015.

This speech was used as a supplementary document on my foreign affairs page. It was
used to emphasize Reagan viewing communism as an evil that must be eliminated.
This is a primary source because it is a transcript of the speech Reagan gave at the
convention.
Noonan, Peggy, and Ronald Reagan. "The Space Shuttle "Challenger" Address." Explosion of
the Space Shuttle Challenger. Oval Office, Washington D.C. 28 Jan. 1986. NASA
History. Web. 31 Jan. 2015.

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This speech was used to document Reagans ability to unite a nation despite the
troubles it encounters. This is a primary source because it is a transcript of the speech
Reagan gave in the wake of the Challenger Explosion.
"Reagan-Mondale Debate: The Age Issue." YouTube. YouTube, 25 June 2008. Web. 01 Feb.
2015.

This is a primary source because it is a video of Reagan from a debate against Mondale
in the 1984 election. This video was used as a supplemental source to show Reagans
humor and speaking skills.
Reagan, Ronald. An American Life. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1990. Print.

This book was used to learn about the thoughts and opinions Reagan felt throughout his
life. I was able to gain a vast knowledge of information about Reagan in his various
stages in life. This is a primary source because it was written by the subject of my
website.
Reagan, Ronald. Letter to Mikhail Gorbachev. 11 Mar. 1985. The Reagan Files. Jason SaltounEbin, 2012. Web. 15 Jan. 2015.

This letter was used as a supplemental document to show the relations between Reagan
and Gorbachev at the start of their relationship. This is a primary source because it
is the actual letters that were exchanged between the two leaders.

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Reagan, Ronald. Letter to Mikhail Gorbachev. 27 Nov. 1985. The Reagan Files. Jason SaltounEbin, 2012. Web. 15 Jan. 2015.

This letter was used as a supplemental document to show the relations between Reagan
and Gorbachev regarding the AMB Treaty. This is a primary source because it
is the actual letters that were exchanged between the two leaders
Reagan, Ronald. Letter to Mikhail Gorbachev. 10 Aug. 1988. The Reagan Files. Jason SaltounEbin, 2012. Web. 15 Jan. 2015.

This letter was used as a supplemental document to show the relations between Reagan
and Gorbachev at the end of their relationship. This is a primary source because it
is the actual letters that were exchanged between the two leaders.

Secondary
Amoroso, Cynthia, and Robert B. Noyed. Ronald Reagan: Our Fortieth President. Chanhassen,
MN: Child's World, 2002. Print.

This book was used as a basis for research. I used this in order to get an overview of
Ronald Reagans life. Then with this information I decided which areas I would dig
deeper for information. This is a secondary source because it provides an over view or
Reagans life by someone who did not experience living or working with Reagan, but
used research to gain information.

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"Honor President Reagan's Legacy." Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Library. N.p.,
2010. Web. 01 Feb. 2015.

This website was used to gather information on Reagans life, Reagnomics, and Reagans
foreign affairs. I used this source because it is in direct link to Reagans Library and
Museum. This is a secondary source because it combines parts of Reagans life into
various web pages after research and interviews. This website is a secondary source that
contains primary sources.
"Miller Center." American President: Ronald Wilson Reagan: Domestic Affairs. N.p., n.d. Web.
01 Feb. 2015.

This website was used to gain a more in depth look at Reaganomics and Reagans foreign
affairs. This is a secondary source because it has used research and statistics in order to
compose its articles.
Pictures
American Summit Meeting. 1988. Wikipedia. Web. 21 Jan. 2015.

This picture was used to show the relations of Reagan and Gorbachev. This summit
meeting between the two leaders was held in New York.
Baby Ronald Reagan. N.d. DailyMail.com. Web. 1 Feb. 2015.

This picture shows Ronald Reagan as a baby.

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Bedtime for Bonzo. 1951. IMBD. Web. 20 Jan. 2015.

This movie poster shows one of the roles Ronald Reagan became famous for in his acting
career.
California Governor Reagan and Family. 1966. Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation. Web.
20 Jan. 2015.

This picture documents Ronald Reagan with his wife Nancy and their children in the
California Governors mansion. This picture was taken shortly after Reagan won the
election for governor in California.
Challenger Crew. 1986. Aerospace Guide. Web. 21 Jan. 2015.

This picture shows the Challenger crew who died in the explosion of the space shuttle.
Challenger Crew. 1986. Space.com. Web. 21 Jan. 2015.

This picture shows the Challenger crew who died in the explosion of the space shuttle.
Challenger Explosion. 1986. Aerospace Guide. Web. 21 Jan. 2015.

This picture documents the explosion of the space shuttle Challenger.


Eureka College Football. 1928. Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation. Web. 21 Jan. 2015.

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This picture shows Ronald Reagans college football team. Athletics were an important
part of Reagans youth and helped him gain strong leadership skills.
Eureka College Swim Team. 1928. Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation. Web. 20 Jan.
2015.

This picture shows Reagans college swim team. He showed leadership and character
through swimming by serving as captain and coach.
Hellcats of the Navy. 1957. Watch War Movie Attack. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.

This shows a picture of Nancy and Ronald Reagan on the set of Hellcats of the Navy
where they met.
INF Treaty Handshake. 1988. Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation. Web. 21. Jan. 2015.

This shows the relationship between Gorbachev and Reagan, who spent many hours
negotiating on various issues.
INF Treaty Negotiations. 1987. The Blaze. Web. 23 Jan. 2015.

This documents Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev negotiating on one of their arms
treaties.
Kings Row. 1942. IMBD. Web. 20 Jan. 2015.

This poster shows one of the roles Reagan played as an actor.

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Knute Rockne- All American. 1940. IMBD. Web. 20 Jan. 2015.

This poster shows one of the roles Reagan played during his time as an actor. This is one
of Reagans most famous roles as The Gipper.
Maureen, Ronald, Michael, & Jane Wyman Reagan. N.d. Free Republic. Web. 18 Jan. 2015.

This picture show Ronald Reagan with his first wife Jane and their children.
Opening of Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. 1991. Britannica. Web. 21 Jan. 2015.

This shows Reagan with the other living presidents in 1991 at the opening of his library
and museum.
President and Advisors Reaction. 1986. Humanities Texas. Web. 21 Jan. 2015.

This depicts the reaction of Reagan and his advisors as they watched the news
surrounding the Challenger explosion unfold.
President Garfield. N.d. Wikipedia. Web. 21 Jan. 2015.

This shows President Garfield, a president who was part of the twenty years curse.
President Harding. N.d. Wikipedia. Web. 21 Jan. 2015.

This shows President Harding, a president who was part of the twenty years curse.
President Harrison. N.d. Wikipedia. Web. 21 Jan. 2015.

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This shows President Harrison, a president who was part of the twenty years curse.
President Kennedy. N.d. Wikipedia. Web. 21 Jan. 2015.

This shows President Kennedy, a president who was part of the twenty years curse.
President Lincoln. N.d. Wikipedia. Web. 21 Jan. 2015.

This shows President Lincoln, a president who was part of the twenty years curse.
President Mckinley. N.d. Wikipedia. Web. 21 Jan. 2015.

This shows President Mckinley, a president who was part of the twenty years curse.
President Roosevelt. N.d. Wikipedia. Web. 21 Jan. 2015.
This shows President Roosevelt, a president who was part of the twenty years curse.
"Reaganomics." Pithocrates. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Jan. 2015.

This documents the success of Reaganomics in areas such as unemployment percentages


and inflation rates.
"Reaganomics : A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats." Cato Policy Analysis. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Jan.
2015.

This documents the change in family income during Reagans Presidency.


"Reaganomics vs. Obamanomics." Texas Public Policy Foundation. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Jan.
2015.

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This documents the rise in employment opportunities while Reagan was president in
comparison to employment under Obama.
Reagans Dixon Home. N.d. Homesessive. 19 Jan. 2015.

This shows a picture of where Ronald Reagan grew up in Dixon, Illinois. Reagan
considered Dixon to be his childhood home despite the constant moving of his family.
Reagans Final Salute. 1989. Los Angeles Times. Web. 22 Jan. 2015.

This shows Reagans final salute after delivering his farewell address.
"Reagan's Tax Cut." Newsmax. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Jan. 2015.

This documents the changes from year to year in GDP growth and job creation.
Reagan and Gorbachev at Reagans Ranch. N.d. Imgarcade.com. Web. 21 Jan. 2015.

This documents the relationship of Reagan and Gorbachev. The two men became great
friends after Reagan was no longer president.
Reagan Family Christmas Card. 1916. Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation. Web. 1 Feb.
2015.

This shows a picture of Reagan with his parents and brother when he was young
Reagan, Wyman, and Children. N.d. pixgood.com. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.

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This shows Reagan with his first wife and their children.
Reyjavik Summit. 1986. Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation. Web. 21 Jan. 2015.

This picture documents Reagan and Gorbachev at a summit meeting were they negotiated
arms deals and limitations.
Ronald and Nancy Reagan. N.d. NBC News. Web. 18 Jan. 2015.

This shows Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy dressed in red, the couples favorite color.
Ronald & Nancy Reagan Boating. 1964. Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation. Web. 21 Jan.
2015.

This documents the Reagans enjoying the out doors despite their busy life.
Ronald and Neil Reagan. 1912. Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation. Web. 20 Jan. 2015.

This depicts Ronald Reagan with his older brother of two years, Neil.
Ronald, Jane and Maureen Reagan. 1941. zillow.com. Web. 18 Jan. 2015.

This shows Reagan with his first wife, Jane, and first child, Maureen.
Ronald Reagan and Jane Wyman. N.d. thedatereport.com. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.

This depicts Reagan and Jane Wyman. The young couple met in Hollywood.
Ronald Reagan Birthplace. N.d. PresidentsUSA.net. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.

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This documents the building in which Reagan was born.
Ronald Reagan Diving. 1928. Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation. Web. 23 Jan. 2015.

This shows Reagan in his college days where he was captain of the swim team.
Ronald Reagan, Lifeguard. N.d. Imgarcade.com. Web. 20 Jan. 2015.

Reagan spent seven summers working as a life guard at a local pool in Dixon, Illinois.
Ronald Reagan Testifies at HUAC. 1947. Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation. Web. 23 Jan.
2015.

This shows Reagan as President of the Screen Actors Guild. While in this position
Reagan would report possible communists to the government. This is where his fight
against communism first took root.
TKE. N.d. TKEslo.me. Web. 16 Jan. 2015.

This shows the fraternity Reagan belonged to in college. He helped pay for his education
by washing dishes his freshman for his fraternity.
1980 Electoral College. 1980. Real Clear Politics. Web. 21 Jan. 2015.

This shows the map of the Electoral College in the election of 1980 in which Reagan
defeated Jimmy Carter.
1984 Electoral College. 1984. Real Clear Politics. Web. 21 Jan. 2015.

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This depicts Reagans landslide victory over Walter Mondale in 1984.