Located at the University of Texas, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library holds over 50 million pages of presidential documents, a half million feet of motion picture film, and thousands of other important materials that tell the story of President Reagan’s life. From the Library’s homepage, visitors can learn how they can perform research at the library, read through a “Quick Reference” guide on the President, and also browse through some of the many speeches and public statements he offered during his time in office. While the site does offer many finding aids, the bulk of the full-text material offered here is primarily of Reagan’s speeches given during his time as President. The speeches can be viewed chronologically, beginning with January 1981, and concluding with remarks given on a memorandum on trade with Thailand on January 19, 1989.
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