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Ronald Reagan was president in the year 1982.
Jimmy Carter left office the day Ronald Reagan was inaugurated, January 20, 1981.

Ronald Reagan - Wikipedia


Ronald Wilson Reagan was an American politician and actor who was the 40th President of the United States, from 1981 to 1989. ...... Then, in 1982 the Job Training Partnership Act of 1982 was signed...

Every US president listed | News | theguardian.com


Complete list of US presidents from George Washington up to Barack Obama, with party and year inaugurated. ... US president, Barack Obama was officially sworn in at noon Sunday for a second term in .... 1982, Ronald Reagan, Republican.

US Presidential Elections 1980-2012


Election Year, President, Elec Coll Winner, Elec Coll Opp'nt, Pop. Vote Winner, Pop. Vote Opp'nt, Issue. 2012, Barack Obama [D], 332, 206, 65.92m, 60.93m.

1982 U.S. Presidential Election (Nixon's Early Resignation ...


The 1982 U.S. Presidential Election was a major victory for Republicans as President Ronald...

Presidents of the United States (POTUS) - Internet Public Library


Jan 20, 1981 ... Jump to: Presidential Election Results | Cabinet Members | Notable ... (1981-82): Donald P. Hodel (1982-85): John Herrington (1985-89).

US Presidential Elections 1980-2012 - USMidtermElections


Compare and rank US presidential election results for Electoral College and popular vote from ... Comparison of US Presidential Elections in the United States .

Ronald Reagan - President of the United States (POTUS)


Jan 20, 1981 ... Information about Ronald Reagan, the 40th president of the United States. ... ( 1981-82): Donald P. Hodel (1982-85): John Herrington (1985-89).

Ronald Reagan Timeline - NPR


20, 1981. Reagan is sworn in as the 40th president of the United States. ... Listen to an excerpt of Reagan's remarks on the Soviet Union. Fall 1982. The nation ...

WGBH American Experience . Reagan . The 1982 Recession | PBS


The United States was experiencing its worst recession since the Depression, ... fearing future deficits "as high as $200 billion," urged the president to cut taxes.