October 14, 1980 in History
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President nominee Ronald Reagan promises to name a woman to Supreme Court




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Ronald Reagan History:
June 5, 2004 - Ronald Reagan, president, governor and actor, dies at 93
July 11, 1989 - President Ronald Reagan sportscasts All Star Game
June 14, 1989 - Queen Elizabeth II knights Ronald Reagan
August 19, 1984 - Republican convention in Houston nominates Ronald Reagan for president
March 23, 1983 - U.S. president Ronald Reagan introduces "Star Wars" missile defense plan (SDI)
April 11, 1981 - Ronald Reagan arrives home from hospital after Hinkley shot him
January 20, 1981 - Ronald Reagan inaugurated as president
November 4, 1980 - Ronald Reagan (R) defeats President Jimmy Carter (D) by a landslide
July 17, 1980 - Ronald Reagan formally accepts Republican nomination for president
July 16, 1980 - Ronald Reagan nominated for President by Republicans in Detroit
November 13, 1979 - Ronald Reagan in New York announces his candidacy for president
December 16, 1978 - Ronald Reagan denounces President Jimmy Carter's recognition of China PR
November 20, 1975 - Ronald Reagan announced candidacy for Republican nomination for president
November 8, 1966 - Actor Ronald Reagan elected governor of California
March 8, 1952 - Ronald Reagan marries Nancy Davis
February 6, 1911 - Ronald Reagan, born in Illinois, 40th President, Republican, 1981 - 1989


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