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President Reagan And His Wife Nancy Visit The Excavation Site

President Reagan And His Wife Nancy Visit The Excavation Site
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Stock #: 149969
Type: Postcard
Era: Chrome
Publisher: Coral-Lee
Size: 3.25" x 5.5" (9 x 14 cm)

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President Reagan and his wife, Nancy, visit the excavation site of the vast terra cotta army protecting the tomb of Emperor Qin who ruled the country in the 3rd century, B. C. In a speech at Shanghai's Fudan University, Reagan warned that the tow nations must “escape the fate of the buried armies of Xian – the buried warriors who stood for centuries frozen in time, frozen in unknowing enmity.” Reagan's trip had solid diplomatic and economic consequences. The Leaders took several steps to open up China to U. S. investors and the two governments reached an accord to build nuclear power plants in China. De Facto Ruler Deng Xiaoping and premier Zhoa Ziyang criticized Reagan privately for U. S. policies in the Middle East and Central America, but they tacitly approved of Reagan's steps to check U. S. S. R., including his arms buildup. April 29, 1984.