This category lists sites dedicated to Ronald Wilson Reagan, b. 1911, the fortieth President of the United States, who held office from 1981 to 1989. He was previously known as a major conservative and Republican Party activist, a two-term governor of California, and a television, movie, and radio celebrity.
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American President: Ronald Reagan
Fact file and biographical sketch based on the PBS series. Also includes gallery and quotations.
BBC News: Ex-President Ronald Reagan dies
Ronald Reagan dies at 93 of pneumonia, after suffering from Alzheimer's disease for a decade.
Biography of Ronald Reagan
A short biography from the official Whitehouse 'Past Presidents' site.
CNN: Ronald Reagan
Covers his life, his style and his funeral, with audio, video and photo galleries.
IMDb: Ronald Reagan (I)
Focuses on Reagan's acting career, with a filmography and listing of television guest appearances.
NBC News: Ronald W. Reagan
In-depth coverage of his life includes video clips, interactives and photo galleries.
Primary source documents, enhanced transcripts, timeline and photo gallery, based on the PBS documentary.
Remembering President Ronald Reagan
A tribute to Ronald Reagan through the eyes of people who knew him.
Provides a biography of American President Ronald Reagan. Includes picture, quotes, and list of his Supreme Court appointments.
Ronald Reagan Memorial Foundation
Official memorial site for life of President Ronald Reagan.
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation
Document archive and store dedicated to the Reagan presidency.
Ronald Reagan Presidential Library (official site)
Repository of documents and paraphernalia from the Reagan Administration.
Ronald W. Reagan Presidential Library and Museum Bookstore
Tour online exhibits from Reagan's life and career.
Los Angeles Times - Reagan Wouldn't Recognize This GOP
Reagan presidential campaign insider and Heritage Foundation co-founder Mickey Edwards writes on how Reagan's ideals and philosophy have been polluted and warped by today's GOP and those calling themselves his most fervent admirers. (January 24, 2009)
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