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Pat Troy, owner of Ireland's Own restaurant and pub, remembers that President Reagan had corned beef and cabbage along with a beer when he visited the pub in 1988. Mr. Troy's book, "I Have a Story to Tell," is the product of decades of experiences as an Irish immigrant and businessman. (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)

Pat Troy, owner of Ireland's Own restaurant and pub, remembers that President Reagan had corned beef and cabbage along with a beer when he visited the pub in 1988. Mr. Troy's book, "I Have a Story to Tell," is the product of decades of experiences as an Irish immigrant and businessman. (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)

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