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    California Gov. Ronald Reagan speaks during the National Governor's Conference in Washington in this Feb. 27, 1969 photo. He died Saturday, June 5, 2004 at his home in California, according to a friend, who spoke on condition of anonymity. He was 93. (AP Photo)


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    A presidential foundation and astute historians can do much to guard the legacy of Ronald Reagan in a chaotic age. (Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation)


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    FILE - In this March 19, 1987 file photo, President Ronald Reagan taps his forehead at the White House while responding to a reporter's question during a news conference at which he said he never deliberately lied to the public, despite admitting to a misstatement about Israeli involvement in the Iran-Contra affair. In a 1986 radio address admitting to missteps in the Iran-Contra scandal, the president famously said "mistakes were made" - a passive acknowledgement of wrongdoing that didn't directly implicate anyone. (AP Photo/Dennis Cook, File)


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    National Edition Opinion cover for June 6, 2014 - How Reagan transformed D-Day memorials: Photo shows general view of the ceremony at Pointe Du Hoc, France, on Wednesday, June 6, 1984 as President Ronald Reagan delivers his speech shortly after his arrival in Normandy. Sitting are right is Mrs. Nancy Reagan with veterans of the 2nd Ranger Battalion that conquered the cliffs. Left, the memorial monument remembering the invasion 40 years ago. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)


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    Photo shows general view of the ceremony at Pointe Du Hoc, France, on Wednesday, June 6, 1984 as President Ronald Reagan delivers his speech shortly after his arrival in Normandy. Sitting are right is Mrs. Nancy Reagan with veterans of the 2nd Ranger Battalion that conquered the cliffs. Left, the memorial monument remembering the invasion 40 years ago. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)


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    Photo shows general view of the ceremony at Pointe Du Hoc, France, on Wednesday, June 6, 1984 as President Ronald Reagan delivers his speech shortly after his arrival in Normandy. Sitting are right is Mrs. Nancy Reagan with veterans of the 2nd Ranger Battalion that conquered the cliffs. Left, the memorial monument remembering the invasion 40 years ago. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)




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    A presidential foundation and astute historians can do much to guard the legacy of Ronald Reagan in a chaotic age. (Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation)


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