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  1. Vor 2 Tagen · t. e. Ronald Reagan 's tenure as the 40th president of the United States began with his first inauguration on January 20, 1981, and ended on January 20, 1989. Reagan, a Republican from California, took office following a landslide victory over Democratic incumbent President Jimmy Carter in the 1980 presidential election.

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    • 1989
    11/13/1979 Announcement for Presidential Candidacy
    07/16/1980 Ronald Reagan Wins the Presidential Nomination at the Republican National Convention, Detroit, MI
    10/28/1980 Reagan/Carter Presidential Debate
    11/04/1980 Ronald Reagan Wins the Presidential Election in a Landslide Victory (489-49 Electoral College Votes)
    01/20/1981 Inauguration Day
    01/20/1981 American Hostages in Iran Released
    01/22/1981  Establishment of Presidential Task Force on Regulatory Relief
    01/27/1981  White House Ceremony for Iran Hostages
    01/26/1982 First State of the Union Address - Social Programs Transferred to States
    02/09/1982 Indianapolis Speech, One of Several Launching New Federalism
    02/22/1982 Ceremony on the 250th Anniversary of the Birth of George Washington
    02/24/1982 Caribbean Basin Initiative (CBI) Announced at Organization of American States (OAS)
    01/03/1983 Commission on Strategic Forces Created
    01/06/1983 Surface Transportation Assistance Act Signed
    01/07/1983 Nuclear Waste Policy Act Signed
    01/11/1983 Crop Swap Program Announced in Texas
    01/16/1984 Address to the Nation on US/Soviet Relations
    01/16/1984 Grace Commission Findings on Pay Announced
    01/25/1984 State of Union Address - "America is Back with Four Great Goals"
    01/29/1984 Candidacy for Re-Election Announced
    01/05/1985 Nomination of Long-time Advisor and Counselor to the President Edwin Meese III to be Attorney General
    01/08/1985 Don Regan appointed Chief of Staff, Jim Baker III nominated as Secretary of Treasury
    01/20/1985 Inaugural Day - Indoor White House Ceremony
    01/21/1985 Public Inauguration Ceremonies at U.S. Capitol (Held Indoors Due to Extreme Cold in Washington, DC )
    01/01/1986 Address by President Reagan to the USSR & Address by General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev to the USA
    01/07/1986 Economic Sanctions Imposed on Libya
    01/28/1986 Space Shuttle ChallengerExplosion
    02/03/1986 Commission on ChallengerDisaster Formed
    01/27/1987 State of the Union Address - “I’m Back”
    01/30/1987 Veto of Water Quality Act
    02/06/1987 “Up From Dependency” Welfare Initiative
    02/17/1987 Competitiveness Initiative Launched
    01/01/1988 Address by President Reagan to the USSR & Address by General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev to the USA
    01/02/1988 Canada-US Free Trade Agreement Signed in Palm Springs
    01/25/1988 State of the Union Address - “We’re not finished yet,” Budget Process
    02/18/1988 Anthony Kennedy Sworn In as Supreme Court Justice
    01/01/1989 Address by President Reagan to the USSR & Address by General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev to the USA
    01/11/1989 Farewell Address to the Nation
    01/20/1989 Inauguration of George H.W. Bush, President and Mrs. Reagan Return to California
  2. Ronald Reagan - Cold War, Tax Cuts, Diplomacy: Reagan’s presidency began on a dramatic note when, after the inaugural ceremony, he announced at a luncheon that Iran had agreed to release the remaining American hostages. The timing of Iran’s decision led to suspicions, which were never substantiated, that the Reagan campaign had made a secret deal with the Iranians to prevent the Carter ...

  3. Vor 2 Tagen · Ronald Wilson Reagan ( / ˈreɪɡən / RAY-gən; February 6, 1911 – June 5, 2004) was an American politician and actor who served as the 40th president of the United States from 1981 to 1989.

  4. Reaganomics: Economic Policy and the Reagan Revolution. When Ronald Reagan took the oath of office as America’s 40th President on January 20, 1981, the country was experiencing some of bleakest economic times since the Depression. Taxes were high, unemployment was high, interest rates were high and the national spirit was low.