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Topic - Joel Miller
Former first lady Nancy Reagan observed the eighth anniversary of her husband's passing Tuesday, sitting quietly by his grave site before a granite wall inscribed with a quote from Ronald Reagan that articulates the optimism so many Republicans now seek.
Authorities were investigating Monday after a Memphis police officer and another person were shot to death at a hotel in the middle of the city's entertainment district filled with people celebrating the Fourth of July.
"Reagan's legacy, his views, and his philosophy have become so crucial in the political sphere that they may very well mean the difference between winning or losing elections," Mr. Miller adds.
"We are witnessing almost every day that Reagan's legacy, his views, and his philosophy have become so crucial in the political sphere that they may very well mean the difference between winning or losing elections," publisher Joel Miller says.