Ronald Reagan Quizzes & Trivia

He would be famous enough for his movies alone but then he became the governor of California. It’s not Arnold Schwarzenegger, this actor turned governor also became the President of the United States. Of course it’s none other than Ronald Reagan. One of the most famous members of the Republican party, did you know he started his political career as a Democrat?

And although he was in the army during World War II, he never left the United States. In addition to being the 40th president, do you know what else Reagan was president of? Ronald Reagan was a popular two-term president but how many times did he run and not get nominated for the presidency? Elect to test your knowledge of Reagan and “win one for the gipper.”
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Select the correct choice to each of the following questions

Questions: 8  |  Attempts: 165   |  Last updated: Apr 13, 2015
  • Sample Question
    Reagan was caught up in the Iran-Contra Affair; which country did that involve?

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Ronald Reagan Questions & Answers


What was the INF treaty that Reagen and Gorbachev signed?
The INF treaty was known as the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty. It was also called the Treaty Between the United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on the Elimination of Their Intermediate Range and Shorter Range
Why did Reagen restart the Arms Race?
You may have heard of the “Arms Race.” This was a time when two countries or even more than that come together to try to produce more and more guns and military weapons even though the countries are not at war. Instead, it is a time for p
What were Reagen's biggest mistakes?
Probably the biggest known mistake from Ronald Reagan’s presidency would be the Iran Contra Affair. This happened when the United States during the Reagan administration decided to sell arms or military weapons to Iran. The money from these sal
Why did Reagen veto the Civil Rights Legislation?
The Civil Rights Restoration Act was first sent to the House in the middle of 1984 and it wasn’t until 1988 that it was finally accepted in the Senate. There was a portion about abortion that seemed to have a problem with many of the people in
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