You’re not going to read about this anywhere else, because it didn’t really happen — although except for the Reagan part, it’s all true:


One morning in 1984, Ronald Wilson Reagan, the 40th president of the United States, awoke in the White House and shared with his wife Nancy a strange dream he had had the night before.


It was a dream about the coming 25 or 30 years in America. It began when a pot-smoking, draft-dodging, womanizing young man from Arkansas managed to win the Democratic nomination for president and then went on to defeat a genuine war hero who headed ...

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You’re not going to read about this anywhere else, because it didn’t really happen — although except for the Reagan part, it’s all true:

One morning in 1984, Ronald Wilson Reagan, the 40th president of the United States, awoke in the White House and shared with his wife Nancy a strange dream he had had the night before.

It was a dream about the coming 25 or 30 years in America. It began when a pot-smoking, draft-dodging, womanizing young man from Arkansas managed to win the Democratic nomination for president and then went on to defeat a genuine war hero who headed ...

Read more