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Ronald Reagan's Best Speeches

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Known as "The Great Communicator", Ronald Reagan was one of our most beloved presidents. Although all of his speeches are great, these are twenty that many say are his best:

Farewell Address to the Nation

January 11, 1989


Remarks to Administration Officials on Domestic Policy

December 13, 1988


Remarks at the Veterans Day Ceremony at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial

November 11, 1988


Remarks at the Republican National Convention in New Orleans, Louisiana

August 15, 1988


Address to the Nation on the Supreme Court Nomination of Robert H. Bork

October 14, 1987


Address to the Nation on the Iran Arms and Contra Aid Controversy and Administration Goals

August 12, 1987


Address at the Brandenburg Gate

(Berlin Wall – "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!")
June 12, 1987


Remarks on Signing the Tax Reform Act of 1986

October 22, 1986


Remarks at the Dedication Ceremony for the Carter Presidential Center in Atlanta, Georgia

October 1, 1986


Address to the Nation on the Campaign Against Drug Abuse

September 14, 1986


Remarks at the Opening Ceremonies of the Statue of Liberty Centennial Celebration in New York, New York

July 3, 1986


Address to the Nation on the Explosion of the Space Shuttle Challenger

January 28, 1986


Remarks Announcing the Release of the Hostages From the Trans World Airlines Hijacking Incident

June 30, 1985


2nd Inaugural Address

January 21, 1985


Remarks at a United States-France Ceremony Commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the Normandy Invasion, D-day

June 6, 1984


Address to the Nation Announcing the Reagan-Bush Candidacies for Reelection

January 29, 1984


Remarks on Signing the Bill Making the Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., a National Holiday

November 2, 1983


Remarks to the American Gathering of Jewish Holocaust Survivors

April 11, 1983


Address to the Nation on United States Policy for Peace in the Middle East

September 1, 1982


1st Inaugural Address

January 20, 1981


At the end of his two terms in office, Ronald Reagan viewed with satisfaction the achievements of his innovative program known as the Reagan Revolution, which aimed to reinvigorate the American people and reduce their reliance upon Government. He felt he had fulfilled his campaign pledge of 1980 to restore "the great, confident roar of American progress and growth and optimism."