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The Reagans' War on Drugs

September 21, 1986

Ronald Reagan outdoes them all. In Rome, Nero gave a violin concert while Rome burned. Now the Reagans scold us about drugs while his hearing aid is turned off to the criminal war against the people of Nicaragua, the peace offers of the Soviets, the tottering Reagan deficit, the pleas of the homeless, starving--the list is endless.

Meanwhile, we are diverted by a Reagan duet instead of solutions to our problems.

GLENN L. ANDERSON

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