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December 27, 1988 | HARRY BERNSTEIN
Despite some minor victories and strident anti-government battle cries, a lengthy war to slash the size of government is bogged down and shows no signs of ultimate victory. There is general agreement, even among the most militant anti-government warriors, that relatively little was accomplished by President Reagan at the national level to turn over to private entrepreneurs work traditionally done by government employees.
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December 27, 1988 | HARRY BERNSTEIN
Despite some minor victories and strident anti-government battle cries, a lengthy war to slash the size of government is bogged down and shows no signs of ultimate victory. There is general agreement, even among the most militant anti-government warriors, that relatively little was accomplished by President Reagan at the national level to turn over to private entrepreneurs work traditionally done by government employees.
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April 14, 1985 | BOB MUIR, Times Staff Writer
In a move designed to maintain ethnic balance, trustees of the Pasadena Unified School District have approved patchwork attendance boundaries for three middle schools that will open in September. Supt. Phillip Jordan said the middle school program, approved by the board in January, will affect about 3,800 students. The present student ratio is about 20% Anglo and 80% black or Latino, mostly black.
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