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March 08, 1985

House Majority Leader Jim Wright (D-Tex.) said he will head a small delegation of congressional observers at next week's opening of the U.S.-Soviet arms talks in Geneva--ending a bitter quarrel with the White House. Wright said he agreed to lead a six- to eight-member House delegation after receiving two conciliatory telephone calls from President Reagan. Earlier in the week, House leaders announced that they would not go to Geneva after unnamed White House sources were quoted as complaining about the size of the original delegation, which was to include up to 40 people.

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