1: Reagan Remembered Interview Conduct an interview with someone who remembers Ronald Reagan and the 1980s. • Identify someone who would be willing to share their recollections with you. • Arrange the interview at least several days in advance to allow your interviewee time to prepare. Formulate questions based around the first three of the following topics, and one additional from the second list to interview your person and to obtain answers for each. Doing your own background research may help to keep the interview moving forward. • Principles of the New Right • End of the Cold War • Supply-side economics Choose one additional item from the following list to complete your assignment • Iran Contra affair • Social security and other social programs • Raising the debt • Military spending • Cutting the size of the government • Attempted assassination • Hostages coming home • Religious Right • Tea Party movement roots during the Reagan period • Key social movements during the 1980s—for example, the fight for AIDS funding Submit a 350-to 700-word summary of your interview.