The Influences Of Ronald Reagan And Mikhail Gorbachev In The Cold War

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The influences of Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev in the Cold War When Ronald Reagan took over the White House, the end of the Cold War not only along way off, it actually looked like the USSR was winning. Gorbachev and Reagan signed several treaties during Reagan 's second term and granted the production of nuclear arms in both countries. Relations with the Soviet Union improved, but Reagan still attacked Communists throughout the rest of the world. During his presidency, the United States also sent peacekeeping forces to Lebanon and bombed the terrorist-supporting country of Libya. In 1984, the people elected President Reagan to serve a second term in the White House. Reagan succeeded at being both a crusader and a peacemaker, in the

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