|Remarks at Kansas State University at the Alfred M. Landon Lecture Series on Public Issues - 9/9/82
"In a world wracked by hatred, economic crisis, and political tension, America remains mankind's best hope."
|Remarks at a White House Ceremony Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Week. - 9/15/1982
"At the root of everything that we're trying to accomplish is the belief that America has a mission. We are a nation of freedom, living under God, believing all citizens must have the opportunity to grow, create wealth, and build a better life for those who follow.”
|Radio Address to the Nation - 1/26/1985
"We in government should learn to look at our country through the eyes of the entrepreneur, seeing possibilities where others see only problems."
|Remarks on signing a presidential proclamation commemorating the 200th anniversary of the British surrender at Yorktown, Virginia - 9/14/1981|
"At home, our enemy is no longer Red Coats, but red ink."