it was adopted by Reagan when he took office. This would be great clarification with who had the really power while President Reagan was not able to conduct presidential duties. "March." In Historic Documents of 1981 , 266-366. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 1982. doi: 10.4135/9781483302386.n3. This book chapter gives us information from different sources that as well as gives us information on suspect that attempted to kill President Reagan. It also gives information about others that were wounded in the assassination attempt as well as that it was recorded by cameras. It also includes the Treasury Department Report, Gergen Statement, the Haig Briefing, Bush’s statement, procedures, intelligences from different departments of the government, and information about Hinckley’s arrest as well as the Attorney General’s Guidelines that must be followed during a situation like this. With all this information, it will be helpful to check and
3 make sure other documents and timelines are correct and follow the rest. It is also helpful in that more information about John Hinckley and what happens to him after he is arrested. Newspaper articles/File entries. Folder: Assassination Attempt – 03/30/81 [1 of 2], box 23F, Fielding, Fred: Files. Ronald Reagan Library. This collection of newspaper articles and file entries gives a look at what Reagan’s attempted murderer was doing after the incident as well as important information from government files that were released to the public. This collection of documents gives multiple perspectives of what was going on in the appeals for John Hinkley as well as what Ronald Reagan and others had to say about the assassination attempt as other issues that surrounded that day. This would give what had happened to John Hinkley after he tried to kill the president. It
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