|WikiProject Biography / Politics and Government||(Rated B-class)|
|WikiProject United States||(Rated B-class, Low-importance)|
Relation to Ronald Reagan
I feel that somewhere it must be mentioned that he is NOT related to Ronald Reagan, the former president. Therefore I have added a minor reference to the appropriate section (I forgot to sign in). Any problems with that? Scott 110 02:13, 20 November 2006 (UTC)
Improper insertion of Michael Moore
According to the Manual of Style Attribution
The author of a quote of a full sentence or more should be named; this is done in the main text and not in a footnote. However, attribution is unnecessary with quotations that are clearly from the person discussed in the article or section. When preceding a quotation with its attribution, avoid characterizing it in a biased manner.
Additional citations needed - but I'm unclear about this one
This loose citation was added and it's not clear what information it is trying to substantiate. I'm keeping it here in case anyone wants to read it and add context.
Reagan and Regan
I think the fact that his name rhymes with Ronald Reagan's (and that he shares a very similar last name, and his involvement in the Reagan Administration) is reason enough to add the "not to be confused" tag with Reagan. Someone not overly familiar with United States history may get them confused. Any objections? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 04:30, 11 August 2016 (UTC)