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Spark M Matsunaga Medal Of Peace

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January 4, 1993 | from Associated Press
Former Presidents Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan on Sunday were awarded the nation's first Spark M. Matsunaga Medals of Peace for giving hope "to people throughout the world who suffered under tyranny." The award, created by Congress to honor Matsunaga, a senator from Hawaii who died in 1990 and was a proponent of peace education, carries a $25,000 stipend. Carter and Reagan were selected by the board of directors of the U.S.
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January 4, 1993 | from Associated Press
Former Presidents Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan on Sunday were awarded the nation's first Spark M. Matsunaga Medals of Peace for giving hope "to people throughout the world who suffered under tyranny." The award, created by Congress to honor Matsunaga, a senator from Hawaii who died in 1990 and was a proponent of peace education, carries a $25,000 stipend. Carter and Reagan were selected by the board of directors of the U.S.
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