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The perceptions of Ronald Reagan as a political figure and a foreign policy maker are numerous He was seen by some as an warrior by others such as Margaret Thatcher as a savior the man who won the cold war without firing a shot Some people were concerned about the idea of having a president who had prejudices about the Soviet Union Ronald Reagans management of government affairs and foreign matters led many of his critics and even some of his supporters to severely criticize him for carelessness and not being able to fully comprehend world politics He was a passionate conservative and direct in his political speeches and more often than not took to applying anti-Soviet to an unheard-of degree Lets not delude ourselves the Soviet Union underlies all the unrest that is going on If they werent engaged in this game of dominoes there wouldnt be any hot spots in the world Ronald Reagans dedication to freedom and his lack of interest for communism was continuously reflected by his actions and his addresses to Congress and the American public He was in short a hard-liner on communism intent to leave Marxism-Leninism on the ash-heap of history His primary goals in regards to communism can be traced back a long way In a 1962 speech at which time he was governor of California he described the political system of the Soviet Union as a single world-wide force dedicated to the destruction of our free enterprise system and the creation of a Socialist State This approach to the Soviet system is affirmed and consolidated by speeches made throughout his presidency
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