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June 12, 2004

More on Reagan

"He had this sort of "Godís plan" theology. He really believed in the sovereignty of God. God is in control; God works all things for the best ó even the bad things. Reagan believed that about his 1976 presidential bid that he lost; he believed that about his Hollywood career being washed up; he believed it about the assassination attempt; and he believed it about the onset of Alzheimerís disease. And, if you believe that, itís a very liberating feeling." --Paul Kengor, Reagan biographer

TRW links to the eulogies given by Thatcher, Bush, and others.

PossomBlog's tribute to Reagan is well worth the read, and we'd do well to heed his words.

Samantha remembers Reagan and the "land of opportunity."

And Adrian Warnock provides perspective from across the Pond.

A Must Read: Peter Hammond on how Reagan saved lives in Angola.


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Thank you for the link and the compliments, TulipGirl.

Posted by: Terry Oglesby at June 13, 2004 12:35 AM

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