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National Edition News cover for March 6, 2014 - ACU at 50: Strong, looking ahead: President Ronald Reagan speaking at CPAC conference in 1986. (Photo by Cynthia Johnson/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

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Conservative UNITER: Ronald Reagan was one of the speakers at the Conservative Political Action Conference in 1986 and at the group's first gathering in 1974, when nearly 1,000 people listened to California's governor at the time. Stan Evans, the ACU chairman who presided over that conference, said it was simple back then: "Are you for Reagan or not?" (Getty Images)

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A Secret Service agent shouts after President Ronald Reagan is shot March 30, 1981. (Associated Press)

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In this Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014 photo, artist Gary Tillery, left, and Omri Amrany talk about their vision for a statue of former President Ronald Reagan as a lifeguard at Lowell Park during a news conference at City Hall in Dixon, Ill. Officials in the western Illinois town will try to raise $200,000 to build a 7-feet-tall bronze statue of the young Reagan to be installed at the park. The Illinois native who went on to become the nation's 40th president was credited with saving 77 people from the Rock River. (AP Photo/Sauk Valley Media, Philip Marruffo)

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In this Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014 photo, an artist's rendering of a young Ronald Reagan when the 40th president was a lifeguard at Lowell Park in Dixon, Ill., is seen on display after it was unveiled at City Hall. Officials in the western Illinois town will try to raise $200,000 to build a 7-feet-tall bronze statue of the young Reagan to be installed in the park. The Illinois native who went on to become the nation's 40th president was credited with saving 77 people from the Rock River. (AP Photo/Sauk Valley Media, Philip Marruffo)

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President Ronald Reagan appeared hip in the sense that he was of good cheer, canny and young at heart, minus annoying attitude. (THE WASHINGTON TIMES)

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Ronald Reagan, receiving applause prior to making his State of the Union Address in 1983, and George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush led the pack of 44 presidents in terms of frequency of mentioning God in their address to Congress. (AP Photo/Bob Daugherty, File)

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