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“…if history teaches anything, it teaches that simple-minded appeasement or wishful thinking about our adversaries is folly. It means the betrayal of our past, the squandering of our freedom.”

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~ a picture quote
inspired by President
Ronald Reagan’s
Evil Empire
speech


~ towards the end
of the “perilous”
20th century, 69
days into office he
was shot in an
assassination
attempt
, but
survived to serve
as America’s
40th President
throughout almost
the entire 1980s



~ this President Reagan
quote
may appear
unreasonable about
an ally of World War
II but both Fascism
and communism
ultimately lead
to the loss of the
people’s individual
creativity and
government
wanting to control
how they think

~ Ronald Reagan
believed it is the
type of democracy
birthed by America’s
Founding Fathers
which allows freedom
and personal liberty

~ you may like to visit reaganlibrary.com

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Picture Quote Source: Ronald Reagan. March 8, 1983 address to a meeting of the National Association of Evangelicals in Orlando, Florida.

RONALD REAGAN
QUOTES - WHAT
HISTORY TEACHES

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3.5"x2.5" President
Reagan ACEO card


President Reagan ACEO card


13"x9.5" President
Reagan Art Print
Signed


13" x 9.5" President Reagan Art Print





19"x13" President
Reagan Super Size
Signed


Super Size President Reagan Art Print


13"x9.5" Hand
Embellished
Signed (NLE 8)


- as unframed, giclée, fine art, picture quote prints of an oil pastel portrait and quotation composite of Ronald Reagan by Douglas Rickard

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