Ronald Reagan: The Presidential Portfolio : a History Illustrated from the Collection of the Ronald Reagan Library and Museum

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Abortion, 50-51
Acting career, 11-23
Adams, Henry, 200
Adelman, Kenneth, 241
Afghanistan invasion, 81, 108, 145, 245, 266
AFL-CIO, 83
Agee, James, 16, 23
Aid to Families with Dependent Children. See Welfare system
Ailes, Roger, 196
Air traffic controllers, 122-123
Akhromeyev, Sergei, 256
Alcoholism, of Reagan's father, 4-5
Alexander, Grover Cleveland, 21
Alfred E. Smith dinner, 85
Alzheimer's disease, vii, 286-289
Ames, Robert C., 174
Anderson, Annelise, 76
Anderson, John, 78, 84, 87
Anderson, Martin, 76, 99
Andropov, Yuri, 149, 162, 236
Angola, 144-145
Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) Treaty, 251-252, 255-257, 268
Aquino, Corazon, 148
Arbat shopping mall, 273
Arens, Moshe, 175
Aria de Capo (play), 9
Army career, 17-18
Army Corps of Engineers, 64
Arnow, Max, 12-13
Assad, Hafez, 173, 209
Assassination attempt, 104-108
"A Time for Choosing," 36
The Atlantic Monthly, 117
Autopsy on an Empire (Matlock), 283
Baalbek bombing, 189
Baker, Howard, 78, 126, 131, 189, 229, 262
Baker, James III
aid to Nicaraguan rebels, 146-147
as chief of staff, 98
Baker-Regan job swap, 200
1976 campaign, 72-73
Reaganomics, 102
recession, 123, 126
second term appointment, 201
U.S. Marines in Lebanon, 189-190
Barone, Michael, 68, 80, 127, 280
Bedtime for Bonzo (film), 19-21, 285
Begel, SS Staff Sergeant Otto Franz, 204
Begin, Menachem, 168-170
Beilenson, Anthony, 50-51
Beirut bombing, 180-189
Bellaman, Henry, 16
Benny, Jack, 76
Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, 205-207
Berlin, Irving, 18
Berlin Wall, xi, 263-264, 283
Berri, Nabih, 208
Bessmertnykh, Alexander, 270, 283-285
Biden, Joseph, 268
Billington, James, 273
Bishop, Maurice, 187
Bitburg cemetery, 201, 204-207
Boll Weevils, 100, 102
Bork, Robert, 259-262
Bowen (U.S. destroyer), 175
Bradley, Omar, 193-194
Brady, James, 106
Brandenburg Gate, xi-xii, 263
Branson, Louise, 244, 250, 273
Breaux, John, 119
Breen, Jon, 77
Brezhnev, Leonid, 81, 108, 149, 236,241
Brinkley, David, 23
Broder, David S., 36, 106, 196
Brother Rat (film), 15
Brown, Edmund G. (Pat), 34, 37-40, 52, 60, 65
Brown, Edmund G. (Jerry), 65
Buchanan, Patrick, 204, 225
Buckley, William F., 268
Buckley, William (hostage), 211, 214,217,224
Budget issues
California state budget, 46-48
Reaganomics, 102
reducing federal spending, 116-119

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