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May 12, 1997 | WILLIAM D. MONTALBANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Eagles have landed with more than 100 allies in a friendly but resolute women's invasion of the Mother of Parliaments. Already it is clear that the venerable, fusty House of Commons, famed for generations as the world's greatest boys club, will never be the same. Daunting times ahead, old boy. "This will be the most rapid change the institution has ever undergone--a great reform of content and of spirit.
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May 12, 1997 | WILLIAM D. MONTALBANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Eagles have landed with more than 100 allies in a friendly but resolute women's invasion of the Mother of Parliaments. Already it is clear that the venerable, fusty House of Commons, famed for generations as the world's greatest boys club, will never be the same. Daunting times ahead, old boy. "This will be the most rapid change the institution has ever undergone--a great reform of content and of spirit.
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ENTERTAINMENT
November 22, 1989
The elections of Nov. 7 should serve as a warning to President Bush and the Republican Party. Victories by David Dinkins in New York City, James J. Florio in New Jersey and L. Douglas Wilder in Virginia demonstrated that two political strategies President Bush has brought to the forefront of American politics have now exploded in his face. First, the American people do not want the rights of women to choose an abortion to be abridged. The clock will not be turned back.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 22, 1989
The elections of Nov. 7 should serve as a warning to President Bush and the Republican Party. Victories by David Dinkins in New York City, James J. Florio in New Jersey and L. Douglas Wilder in Virginia demonstrated that two political strategies President Bush has brought to the forefront of American politics have now exploded in his face. First, the American people do not want the rights of women to choose an abortion to be abridged. The clock will not be turned back.
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