The Fascinating Tale of Ronald Reagan’s Ugandan Granddaughter

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President Reagan’s valiant fight against Alzheimer’s disease is in that category for me. Newsweek did a cover story on “the long goodbye” in the fall of 1995 when Reagan was still in the earlier stages of the disease that would take his life a decade later, in 2004. During the course of my reporting the story, Mrs. Reagan told me that one of the things that gave her husband pleasure was teaching the newest addition to the family how to swim in the heated pool at their Bel-Air home. “Rita is a real ‘water baby,’ thanks to our pool and my husband,” Mrs. Reagan wrote in a written response to questions, describing then 10-year-old Rita Mirembe Revell, the child that her stepdaughter, Maureen Reagan, and her husband Dennis Revell, had adopted from Uganda.

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جهت ارسال پیام و دیدگاه خود از طریق فرم زیر اقدام و موارد زیر را رعایت نمایید:
  • پر کردن موارد الزامی که با ستاره قرمز مشخص شده است اجباری است.
  • در صورتی که سوالی را در بخش دیدگاه مطرح کرده باشید در اولین فرصت به آن پاسخ داده خواهد شد.