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March 18, 1986
In his quest for $100 million in aid to the contras, Reagan emphasizes his fear of the communists taking over territory so close to the United States. Yet we don't seem to be having any problems of subversion in Alaska--only a few miles from the big red "C" itself! JAMES SCHERR Studio City
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 18, 1986
In his quest for $100 million in aid to the contras, Reagan emphasizes his fear of the communists taking over territory so close to the United States. Yet we don't seem to be having any problems of subversion in Alaska--only a few miles from the big red "C" itself! JAMES SCHERR Studio City
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May 16, 2012 | By Morgan Little
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