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The Convenient Alliance: President Reagan And Pope John Paul Ii, Cold Warriors, Tighe P. Flatley
Senior Honors Projects
Historians and non-scholars alike have long regarded the work of President Reagan and Pope John Paul II to be a tremendous force in helping to end the Cold War. In 1992, Time Magazine cited the relationship as a “Holy Alliance”, a political partnering of two men who, after surviving separate assassination attempts merely six weeks apart, saw their role in global politics as a divine signal to promote the free world and take down communism internationally. By the time the President and the Pope first met at the Vatican in 1982, the two were privately discussing Cold War politics. They ...
The British And French In Newport (First Prize Lippitt Prize Essay), Mary W. Dimock
Student and Lippitt Prize essays
An essay documenting the positive influences the French had over the town of Newport following hostilities between England and the U.S. colonies.