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Reagan Policy in South Africa

July 29, 1986

With his impotent speech regarding sanctions against South Africa, Presdent Reagan once again reveals himself as a moral coward. Any claim of real interest in freedom or freedom fighters must be regarded as hypocritical at most and more likely as simply meaningless.

The President shows more concern with saving face over the nomination of an underqualified judge to the federal bench than in attempting to avert a disaster in South Africa.

MICHAEL TOOHEY HEILIG

Venice

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