Ronald Reagan "The Great Communicator"

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September 2, 2017

 

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Before his immigration the family name had been spelled “Regan,” but after settling in America the spelling was changed to “Reagan.” Ronald’s mother was Nelle Clyde Wilson-Reagan. She was one of seven children of Thomas and Mary Ann Elsey-Wilson. His maternal great grandfather immigrated to the United States in the early 1800’s from Paisley, Scotland...
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His maternal great grandfather immigrated to the United States in the early 1800’s from Paisley, Scotland. Ronald states in his autobiography that his father “Jack” was “…endowed with the gift of blarney and the charm of a leprechaun…[and] was destined by God…to be a salesman.…constantly searching for a better life…we moved to wherever my father’s ambition took him…” He also says in his autobiography that his nickname, “Dutch,” was given to him by his father soon after he was born when he remarked that Ronald looked like “a fat little Dutchman,” and later the “Dutch Boy” haircut that his mother gave him as a toddler only strengthened the nickname...
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