President Reagan's Struggle For Freedom

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President Reagan, in his Address of the Congress in the State of the Union speech on February 6, 1985, said “Time and again we’ve aided those around the world struggling for freedom, democracy, independence and liberation from tyranny… In the 19th century we supported Simon Bolivar, the great liberator. We supported the Polish patriots, the French resistance and others seeking freedom. It’s not in the American tradition to turn away.” President Reagan was saying how the United States never turned its back to nations fighting for the same interests as themselves.In the long run, if the United States does not help the European nations, Europe will be taken over by a communist government. This would result in the U.S. allies no longer fighting
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