Definición de Reagan, Ronald en inglés:

Reagan, Ronald

Silabificación: Rea·gan, Ronald
Pronunciación: /ˈrāgən
 
/
( 1911–2004), 40th president of the US 1981–89; full name Ronald Wilson Reagan. He was a movie actor before entering politics and then served as the governor of California 1967–74. A conservative Republican, his administration greatly increased defense spending, cut taxes and social services budgets, and saw a record rise in the national budget deficit. He signed an intermediate nuclear forces nonproliferation treaty in 1987. His reputation was tarnished by his involvement in the Iran-Contra affair.

Derivativos

Reaganism

Pronunciación: /-ˌnizəm/
sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I'm a baby boomer myself, although I'm 10 years younger than the vanguard leaders of the 60's, and I certainly understood the tremendous frustration that we felt as Reaganism exploded across the 80's.
  • Reagan was a modern exception - the product, no doubt, of his own roots as a Truman Democrat - but this aspect of Reaganism was largely abandoned by Republicans after 1989.
  • But I think even today conservatives take heart from Reaganism and from his forward looking conservativism very different from the conservativism of the past.

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Pronunciación: kənˈspɪkjʊəs
adjective
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