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Reagan and the Unfolding Iran-Contra Deals

November 30, 1986

Can it be just coincidence that President Reagan's career-ending slump began when Donald Regan replaced James Baker as the White House chief of staff?

Since Regan succeeded Baker, we've been treated to the following spectacles: Bitburg, the Nicholas Daniloff swap that wasn't a swap, the Iceland summit that wasn't a summit, the Libyan "disinformation" fiasco, the Eugene Hasenfus fuss, and, finally, Irangate.

Perhaps it's time to retire the Ronald and Donald Show.

GEORGE KISEDA

Los Angeles

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