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June 29, 1987 | RUDY ABRAMSON, Times Staff Writer
Three summers ago in sweltering Dallas, the cheers of the jubilant, conservative-dominated Republican National Convention were nearly as long, loud and heartfelt for New York Rep. Jack Kemp as they were for Ronald Reagan himself. Delegates, assembled to launch the Reagan-George Bush ticket on its triumphant way back to the White House for a second term, erupted into thunderous applause at the passing mention of Kemp's name and gave him a worshipful ovation when he appeared on the podium.
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June 29, 1987 | RUDY ABRAMSON, Times Staff Writer
Three summers ago in sweltering Dallas, the cheers of the jubilant, conservative-dominated Republican National Convention were nearly as long, loud and heartfelt for New York Rep. Jack Kemp as they were for Ronald Reagan himself. Delegates, assembled to launch the Reagan-George Bush ticket on its triumphant way back to the White House for a second term, erupted into thunderous applause at the passing mention of Kemp's name and gave him a worshipful ovation when he appeared on the podium.
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