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Ronald Reagan’s speech about the Caribbean, at the Organization of American States

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Free trade and economical assistance were some of the promises made by Ronald Reagan in his speech at the Organization of American States in 1982. His program "trade, aid and investment" seeked to benefit the American continent as a whole. Dangers such as Communism and limited freedoms are a problem Reagan saw as a threat to security interests in the region. 



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Ronald Reagan's speech about the Caribbean, at the Organization of American States
Ronald Reagan

Hall of the Americas
Organization of American States Building
February 24, 1982

Digitization made by New Media -  UFM. January 2008.
Conversion: Jorge Samayoa; index, synopsis and transcript's video synchronization: Ximena García; content reviser: Daphne Ortiz; publication: Mario Pivaral / Carlos Petz

Ronald Reagan's speech found in The American Presidency Project.


Ronald Wilson Reagan was the 40th President of the United States as well as the 33rd Governor of California. Before…

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