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March 18, 1989
The Senate's rejection of Tower is a serious, but only temporary, setback to the military-industrial complex. Tower's record provided ample proof that he was suitably fanatic to be acceptable to the military, while the Senate hearings offered convincing evidence that he was sufficiently corrupt and corruptible to be acceptable to industry.
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June 3, 1999 | Reuters
An explosive device sent through the mail by a journalist covering the Kosovo crisis to his newspaper office exploded Wednesday, slightly injuring one person, police said. Police said the device, thought to be a grenade, had been sent to someone at the Ta Nea office as a souvenir of the conflict, but exploded when it was touched. The explosion caused only slight damage to the offices.
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June 3, 1999 | Reuters
An explosive device sent through the mail by a journalist covering the Kosovo crisis to his newspaper office exploded Wednesday, slightly injuring one person, police said. Police said the device, thought to be a grenade, had been sent to someone at the Ta Nea office as a souvenir of the conflict, but exploded when it was touched. The explosion caused only slight damage to the offices.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 18, 1989
The Senate's rejection of Tower is a serious, but only temporary, setback to the military-industrial complex. Tower's record provided ample proof that he was suitably fanatic to be acceptable to the military, while the Senate hearings offered convincing evidence that he was sufficiently corrupt and corruptible to be acceptable to industry.
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