Ronald Prescott Reagan, son of the President-elect, gets married.
Rumors that he is gay finally start to peter out, though gay playright
Larry Kramer later claims to know for a fact that Ron was active with
men. Nancy says of the marriage, "I'm very happy," but the New York
Times describes her manner as "notably subdued". Neither of his
parents had been comfortable with having a son dancing ballet, and his
father privately expressed worries about his orientation more than
once. Young Ron's relations with women have consistently been with
those significantly older than himself.