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Mon Jun 7 2004
Remembering The Victims of Reagan's Policies
Criminal acts in the life and times of the 40th U.S. president.
6/11/2004:On Friday at noon, there was a commemoration ceremony for the victims of Ronald Reagan's policies. Over one hundred people gathered at the 16th St BART and marched up Mision St to 24th St holding crosses and a coffin and reading the names of Reagan's victims. Photos: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5

Ronald Wilson Reagan was born in Tampico, Illinois in 1911 and died quietly in his California home on June 5th, 2004, after living for several years with Alzheimer's disease. Yet it seems that Reagan's Alzheimer's was contagious. While mainstream media fall over themselves in a rush to construct a public memory of the man as a hero, the truth about the life and times of the actor/governor/president is quite different.
Reagan's support for right-wing murderers, most famously in the Iran-Contra scandal; provision of weapons and military training for murderous dictatorships in Latin America (Argentina, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Panama, Grenada),Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and Africa; role in perpetuating apartheid in South Africa; unprecedented promotion of nuclear proliferation; his denial of funding for AIDS research; affront to women's rights; undercutting of environmental protections, perpetuation of racial segregation and discrimination; and gutting of social services are only a few of the events that mark the Reagan years as among the most corrupt and devastating in history. This is the Reagan that must not be forgotten.
Video | Timeline | Quotes | Mental Health | Noam Chomsky on Reagan's Legacy
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