The material donated to the Reagan Library pertains to Smith’s government work spanning from his duties under Governor Reagan to those under President Bush. This collection is arranged into four series.
This series consists primarily of photographs, abstracts from various books Smith has authored, and transcripts of speeches Smith has given over the course of his government service. Several photographs are also included.
This series consists of various surveys, reports, and proposals pertaining to social issues under Smith’s tenure. Specifically, the documents focus on drug control and violent crimes, illegal immigration, adoption programs for immigrant children, and welfare reform laws.
This series contains documents pertaining to various economic issues Smith dealt with during the course of his government work. Specifically, the series contains studies on privatization, urban renewal, housing resource programs, health care, and agriculture.
This series contains documents pertaining to various summaries of Smith’s duties during his work in the government. Files included in this series are studies of various ‘State of the Union’ addresses, a report of President Reagan’s first one hundred days in office, a biographical index of office holders in the Executive Branch, and various plan dates and yearly summaries.
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