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Ronald Reagan: A Legacy

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S: Ronald Reagan

FC: Ronald Reagan | Connor Correll

1: Hi, my name's Lucky. Yesterday I found a time machine and it took me back to the time of President Reagan. I'm gonna show you what I saw.

2: First, I jumped into the time machine. I had no idea where it was going but i didn't matter. I was excited.

3: When I saw the Chief of State, I jumped into his lap. He told me some stories about his plans. He wants to do something called the Reagan Revolution.

4: Reagan took me into the Oval Office and showed me a lot of cool stuff. I really liked his desk. This is where the Legislative Leader signs and vetoes laws.

5: President Reagan told me all about how he became elected President. He said he started off as a Conservative political party delegate. He had to go through open primaries, closed primaries, and direct primaries to get elected. After that, voters go to a polling place to vote him on the ballot in the general election.

6: The President asked me if I wanted to go for a walk. I said of course! I think I was a little stronger than he expected because he almost fell

7: On the walk, Ronald let me meet the First Lady. Her name is Nancy. She was a very sweet lady.

8: On the way, Nancy said she had a dog too. She said his name was Rex. I thought he was going to be big but turns out I was wrong.

9: Before I left, we stopped for a quick photo shoot. I had to go because the Chief Diplomat had to do some dealings with the mass media regarding another country.

10: The Reagans were nice enough to give me a ride back to the time machine. I gave the President and his son one last kiss before I went on my way.

12: Glossary | Chief of State- This is another word for the President where he is the ceremonial head of government. Chief Diplomat- This is th name given to the President when dealing with foreign countries. Political Party- a group of people with similar political views. Conservative- The political view of staying true to the constitution and having strong morals. Delegate- Someone who represents a body of people. Direct Primaries- An election in which a party's candidates for public office are nominated by direct vote of the people. Closed Primaries- Voting where only members of that party can vote. Open Primaries- Voting when members of any party can vote. General Election- Voting where the president is chosen Polling Place- Where you can vote. Ballot- The piece of paper you vote on.

13: Images "Stewie's Time Machine" Google Images www.google.com/imgres?q=stewie%27s+time+machine&num All Pictures of Lucky- Google Images www.reagan.utexas.edu/archives/photographs "George" Google Images www.ethos3.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Curious-George. "Jumping Bouvier" Google Images bouvierdeflandes.blogspot.com "Reagan Nation" Google Images motherjones.com "Reagan Behind Desk" Google Images usnews.com

14: About the Author My name is Connor Correll. I'm 16. I did this project for Ms. Tiphany Speck.

15: Bibliography All information is either from my own knowledge or taken from my notes.

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  • Title: Ronald Reagan: A Legacy
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  • Tags: Ronald Reagan, Conservatice, america, greatest, president
  • Published: over 5 years ago