Famous People Who Died on June 5
Film Actor, Television Actor, U.S. President, U.S. Governor / 1911 - 2004
President Ronald Reagan helped redefine the purpose of government and pressured the Soviet Union to end the Cold War. He solidified the conservative agenda for decades after his presidency.
William Sydney Porter
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profile name: Ronald Reagan profile occupation: Film Actor, Television Actor, U.S. President, U.S. Governor
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profile name: Ray Bradbury profile occupation: Author, Poet
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profile name: Stephen Crane profile occupation: Journalist, Author
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profile name: William Sydney Porter profile occupation: Author
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profile name: Mary Ann Shadd Cary profile occupation: Lawyer, Editor
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profile name: St. Boniface profile occupation: Archbishop, Missionary, Saint
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