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Bush, Quayle and GOP Convention

August 20, 1988

It is imperative that Bush be elected the next President. He has been next to President Ronald Reagan for the last seven years raising employment, lowering inflation, raising the gross national product, and now lowering the trade deficit. We need Bush as President to continue Reagan's legacy of economic growth, and so he can build upon the achievements of the last seven years.

Remember, economic growth helps everyone, not just corporations and the rich.

Bush is a man with great credentials. He has served his country with distinction in the U.S. Congress, as an ambassador, as director of the CIA, and as Reagan's trusted vice president.

DARIN R. WALT

Santa Barbara

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