Our fourth most-listened-to podcast of 2020 featured a 1981 graduation speech by President Ronald Reagan.
On May 17, 1981, just six weeks after being shot and wounded by a would-be assassin, President Reagan delivered the commencement address at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana.
"[I hope] that you will always be able to speak of an America that is strong and free," he told the graduates, "to find in your hearts an unbounded pride in this much-loved country, this once and future land, this bright and hopeful nation whose generous spirit and great ideals the world still honors."
You can read the full text of Mr. Reagan's remarks at https://ovalpike.com/text-ronald-reagans-notre-dame-commencement-address-from-1981/.
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