Former President Reagan Gives Farewell Address from Oval Office
Tuesday, Jun. 8, 2004; 11:52 AM

On January 11, 1989, President Ronald Reagan addressed the American public from the Oval Office for the last time. The formal goodbye referred to Reagan's concept of America as a "city on a hill," and what Reagan regarded as fundamental changes in the relationship between government and the nation's citizens.

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