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Last Letter to the American People (1994)Get Rating Widget!

Overall Rating:3.88 based on 8 ratings
Reagan informs the American people of his Alzheimer's Disease diagnosis in 1994. "When the Lord calls me home, whenever that may be, I will leave the greatest love for this country of ours and eternal optimism for its future. I now begin the journey that will lead me into the sunset of my life. I know that for America there will always be a bright dawn ahead." (Add picture)

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EschewObfuscation (61)
01/13/2005
It's funny how it's easy to be sentimental about a speech so well-written and appropriate, so non-political as this one is. This man had just received a sort-of death sentence and accepted it with grace and dignity. It's almost funny, even at the time of his death, some show him no respect, taking their cheap shots calling him either evil or stupid. Too bad.

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Skizero (13)
01/12/2005
sap. pure sap. written by an evil man who probably couldn't remember all the bad things he did.

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LanceRoxas (40)
01/12/2005
As silly as it sounds I still get tears in my eyes when I read it. as I ride off into the twilight of my life I know this nation's brightest days are ahead

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Ruby (15)
08/02/2003
It's tough to read this one without getting a tear in the eye. Reagan was a class act right to the end. Apparently this was written out by hand in one draft over a couple hours. What a naturally great communicator the Gipper was.

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