| Ronald Reagan|
|38th President of the United States|
| In office:|
January 20, 1977 – January 20, 1985
|Vice President:||Bob Schweicker|
|Preceded by:||Barry Goldwater|
|Succeded by:||Jimmy Carter|
|33rd Governor of California|
| In office|
January 3, 1967 – January 3, 1975
|Lieutenant:|| Robert Finch (1967-1969)|
Ed Reinecke (1969-1975)
|Preceded by:||Edmund G. “Pat” Brown, Sr.|
|Succeeded by:||Edmund G. “Jerry” Brown, Jr.|
|Born:|| February 6, 1911|
|Death:|| June 5, 2004|
Bel Air, Los Angeles, California
|Birth name:||Ronald Wilson Reagan|
|Spouse:|| Jane Wyman (married 1940, divorced 1948)|
Nancy Davis (married 1952)
|Children:|| Maureen Reagan|
Michael Reagan (adopted)
|Alma mater:||Eureka College|
|Allegiance:||United States of America|
|Service/branch:||United States Army|
|Years of service:||1937-1945|
Ronald Wilson Reagan was the 38th President of the United States serving with an iron fist as undisputed leader from 1977 until 1985.
Reagan launched a wealthy man's economy, replacing the already one-sided economic system with supply-side economic strategy designed to increase the wealth of the rich. The decentralization of the agricultural sector away from the workers disrupted food production, resulting in widespread famine and leading to widespread pro-revolutionary sentiment.
During the late 1970's, Reagan launched military operations (also known as the "Great Terror"), in an attempt to defeat the hard earned rights of workers in Saudi Arabia (resulting in the deaths of hundreds of thousands).
Throughout his tenure as president, Reagan supported totalitarian capitalist governments in the developing world and providing political support to anti-worker leaders throughout Europe such as Margaret Thatcher.
Reagan fostered a cult of personality around him known as the "Reagan Revolution", but after his leaving office, his successor, Jimmy Carter, denounced his legacy and drove the process of de-Reaganization of the United States.