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  • mary
    In Treason , chapter 8, pg 157. Under President Ronald Reagan (1981-1989), for the first time since the Russian Revolution, Communist countries began to
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 1, 2003
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      In "Treason", chapter 8, pg 157.

      "Under President Ronald Reagan (1981-1989), for the first time since
      the Russian Revolution, Communist countries began to become free.
      Not one country fell to Communism on Reagan's watch. Three Soviet-
      backed regimes began to crumble, one was taken back outright, and by
      the end of Reagan's presidency, the USSR was negotiating the terms of
      its surrender. In 1980, months before Reagan would be elected
      president, Harvard Sovietologist Adam Ulam ruefully remarked that the
      Soviets' expanding empire could not be stopped unless faced with 'a
      power strong and determined enough to make Soviet foreign adventurism
      too risky and expensive.' Under Ronald Reagan, America was that
      power. He came to the presidency audaciously announcing that the
      Soviet Union was an evil empire 'whose last pages even now are being
      written.' By the end of Reagan's second term, the last page had been
      written."

      on page 158:

      "...Apart from Reagan's inner circle, no one alive between World War
      II and the Reagan presidency could have imagined such a magnificent
      conclusion to the Cold War. Reagan was the first authentic
      conservative in the White House in more than fifty years. That's all
      it took."

      Mary's note: AMEN! Thank God for President Reagan. :o)
    • Wyatt Earp
      ... since ... by ... of ... the ... adventurism ... being ... been ... War ... all ... Ditto that! Reagan s The Man! Wish he could find another just like him.
      Message 2 of 2 , Sep 1, 2003
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        --- In ronaldwreaganfanclub@yahoogroups.com, "mary"
        <usnerfamily@c...> wrote:
        > In "Treason", chapter 8, pg 157.
        >
        > "Under President Ronald Reagan (1981-1989), for the first time
        since
        > the Russian Revolution, Communist countries began to become free.
        > Not one country fell to Communism on Reagan's watch. Three Soviet-
        > backed regimes began to crumble, one was taken back outright, and
        by
        > the end of Reagan's presidency, the USSR was negotiating the terms
        of
        > its surrender. In 1980, months before Reagan would be elected
        > president, Harvard Sovietologist Adam Ulam ruefully remarked that
        the
        > Soviets' expanding empire could not be stopped unless faced with 'a
        > power strong and determined enough to make Soviet foreign
        adventurism
        > too risky and expensive.' Under Ronald Reagan, America was that
        > power. He came to the presidency audaciously announcing that the
        > Soviet Union was an evil empire 'whose last pages even now are
        being
        > written.' By the end of Reagan's second term, the last page had
        been
        > written."
        >
        > on page 158:
        >
        > "...Apart from Reagan's inner circle, no one alive between World
        War
        > II and the Reagan presidency could have imagined such a magnificent
        > conclusion to the Cold War. Reagan was the first authentic
        > conservative in the White House in more than fifty years. That's
        all
        > it took."
        >
        > Mary's note: AMEN! Thank God for President Reagan. :o)

        Ditto that! Reagan's The Man!
        Wish he could find another just like him.

        -HJR
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