Ronald Reagan's Eulogy

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The Cold War was a time when the world powers, the US and the USSR, made many technological advancements from weapons to space travel. Ronald Reagan was the US president that ended the tensions between the US and the USSR. On June 11, 2004, the former prime minister of Great Britain, Margaret Thatcher, presented Reagan’s eulogy at his funeral. In her eulogy viewed by thousands worldwide, she depicts Reagan as a great man whose accomplishments united a torn nation and pulled the nation out of the Cold War. Within Thatcher’s eulogy for Reagan, she portrays his success and greatness. IN the first sentence of the eulogy, she repeats the word “great” in order to emphasize the extent of how truly magnificent he was while he was alive. Continuing
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