Ronald Reagan's America - Vol. 1

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It had little effect on the deteriorating image of Don Regan. Within two weeks of the announcement to send a Medicare expansion proposal to Capitol Hill, Regan and Al Kingon had both resigned. Kingon assumed the ambassadorship to the European Economic Community, and Regan resigned under duress.

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