President Ronald Reagan dies

June 5, 2004

President Ronald Reagan, the icon of the 1980s, died today of pneumonia, complicated by Alzheimer's disease, at his home in California. He was 93.

He served as President of the U.S. from 1981 to 1989. His legacy is huge, having won the Cold War against the Soviet Union and bringing back the U.S. to greatness. Although he had been out of the spotlight for 10 years, as he was suffering from Alzheimer's, he will be missed.

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