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December 3, 1987 | LEE MAY, Times Staff Writer
Justin Dart Jr., whose father was a member of President Reagan's original "kitchen cabinet," has resigned as commissioner of rehabilitation services in the Education Department because the office is "plagued with management problems," he said Wednesday. Dart's resignation, which was requested by a Reagan Administration official and was made public Tuesday, was the culmination of a bitter struggle between Dart and his superior, Madeleine Will, assistant education secretary for special education.
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December 10, 1987 | LEE MAY, Times Staff Writer
Blue-blazered and white-shirted, wearing a blue tie with tiny American flags, Justin Dart Jr. seems more the patriotic professor than the combative advocate for the handicapped. Forced late last month to resign as commissioner of rehabilitation services after harshly criticizing Education Department management, he seems more like a man who just got liberated than one who just got fired.
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December 10, 1987 | LEE MAY, Times Staff Writer
Blue-blazered and white-shirted, wearing a blue tie with tiny American flags, Justin Dart Jr. seems more the patriotic professor than the combative advocate for the handicapped. Forced late last month to resign as commissioner of rehabilitation services after harshly criticizing Education Department management, he seems more like a man who just got liberated than one who just got fired.
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December 3, 1987 | LEE MAY, Times Staff Writer
Justin Dart Jr., whose father was a member of President Reagan's original "kitchen cabinet," has resigned as commissioner of rehabilitation services in the Education Department because the office is "plagued with management problems," he said Wednesday. Dart's resignation, which was requested by a Reagan Administration official and was made public Tuesday, was the culmination of a bitter struggle between Dart and his superior, Madeleine Will, assistant education secretary for special education.
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July 12, 1998 | Associated Press
Secretary of State Madeleine Albright will travel to the Philippines later this month for two sets of talks on regional security issues and the Asia financial crisis, the State Department announced. Albright will be in the Philippines from July 26-29. Among the security issues to be discussed are the implications of the nuclear tests carried out in May by India and Pakistan.
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May 26, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright will lead a 35-member multinational delegation to observe Peru's presidential runoff next month. The delegation will arrive in Lima, the capital, on Wednesday for meetings with Peruvian government officials, candidates and others, the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs and the Carter Center announced. On the June 3 election day, the observers will visit polling places and counting centers around the nation. Polls show U.S.
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August 14, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
The leading ethnic Albanian politician unveiled a new team to negotiate the future of Kosovo with the Serbian-led government, but failed to win the backing of rebels fighting for independence for the province. U.S. envoy Christopher Hill, who for weeks has been struggling to persuade ethnic Albanian rebels and politicians to join forces, said the violence in Kosovo made it imperative to start talks immediately.
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April 26, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
U.S. special envoy Dennis B. Ross has begun a fresh mission to revive stalled peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians. Ross launched his trip with talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and was also due to meet Palestinian Authority President Yasser Arafat. Ross was sent to the region ahead of separate meetings U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright will hold with Arafat and Netanyahu in London on May 4.
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June 9, 1988 | United Press International
A U.S. attorney denied today that he exercised political favoritism in opting to pursue civil rather than criminal proceedings against the estranged wife of conservative syndicated columnist George F. Will, a close friend of the President and Nancy Reagan. WUSA-TV, a CBS affiliate, quoting sources, reported Wednesday that the House subcommittee on human resources and intergovernmental relations is investigating allegations that former U.S. Atty.
BUSINESS
October 29, 1998
Secretary of State Madeleine Albright will meet with more than a dozen Silicon Valley executives today to discuss how technology companies have been affected by the Asian economic crisis. The meeting will be at the headquarters of Cisco Systems Inc. and hosted by Cisco CEO John Chambers. The chief executives of Novell Inc., National Semiconductor Corp. and Adobe Systems are among those who will attend. Recessions in Asia have hurt high-tech firms' prospects for growth in the region.
BUSINESS
December 6, 1994 | AMY HARMON
Interactive: Capital Cities/ABC and San Mateo, Calif.-based Electronic Arts have formed a joint venture to develop and publish interactive software for personal computers and video game machines, company sources said Monday. Each company is expected to invest about $10 million in the new venture, dubbed ABC/EA Home Software.
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August 30, 1997 | From Times Wire Reports
Secretary of State Madeleine Albright will make her first official visit to the Middle East beginning Sept. 9 in a bid to bring Israeli-Palestinian peace talks "back from the abyss," her spokesman said. The trip, expected to last about a week, will include Israel, the Palestinian territories, Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Saudi Arabia, spokesman James P. Rubin told a State Department briefing. He gave no exact itinerary.
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