“TFP Newsletter”, Vol. IV – No. 3 – 1984 (www.tfp.org)
President Reagan Desires "Continued Growth" for the TFP
In this 1984 State of the Union Address, President Reagan stated, "After all our struggles to restore America, to revive confidence in our country and hope for our future; after all our hard-won victories earned through the patience and courage of every citizen — we cannot, must not and will not turn back. We will finish the job."
Feeling a great consonance with this statement, the
American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) sent a
letter to the President supporting his resolution "to finish the
job." The letter noted that since its founding, the American TFP has
strived by word and deed to uphold the values that have made
The letter also enclosed a summary of the American TFP's principal activities, noting that "An analysis of these actions will bring out the analogy between our activities and many of the essential points of your action."
We have reproduced in its entirety President Reagan's response.
THE WHITE HOUSE
Dear Mr. Spann:
Thank you for your letter of support and for providing me with an up-to-date account of the activities of the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property.
am very pleased by the support your society has given to me on many occasions
and I would therefore like to express to all your members my best wishes for
TFP's continued growth and prosperity. The present time affords the
With warm regards,
Mr. John R. Spann
American Society for the Defense
of Tradition, Family and Property
Post Office Box 121