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Former First Lady Nancy Reagan dies at 94

Former First Lady Nancy Reagan, whose devotion to her husband made her a formidable behind-the-scenes player in his administrations and one of the most influential presidential wives in modern times, died Sunday of congestive heart failure. She was 94.

Nancy Reagan remembered by National Portrait Gallery with a work once seen on Time magazine cover

Nancy Reagan remembered by the Smithsonian with a portrait once featured on Time magazine

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Nancy Reagan's "Just Say No" campaign against drugs became her most memorable achievement.

As first lady, Nancy Reagan sought to protect the president's legacy

Ronald and Nancy Reagan were arguably the best president-first lady team in history. Certainly they were in our lifetimes.

How Nancy Reagan, influential former first lady, is being remembered around the nation

Nancy Reagan considered her most important role promoting the political, physical and mental well-being of Ronald Reagan. Launching one of history’s most extraordinary partnerships with their 1952 marriage, she became his closest advisor, wielding her influence to defend his interests and advance his goals. The former first lady, whose devotion to her husband made her a formidable behind-the-scenes player in his administrations and one of the most influential presidential wives in modern times, died Sunday of congestive heart failure, her office said. She was 94. Full coverage: Former first lady was President Reagan’s closest advisor Timeline: The life of Nancy Reagan Visitors pay their respects at the presidential library in Simi Valley

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