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March 17, 1986 | DON COOK, Times Staff Writer
Switzerland voted overwhelmingly Sunday to reject a government proposal that the country should at last join the United Nations, 41 years after its founding. Not one of the country's 26 cantons (states) came out in favor of U.N. membership, and the vote in the referendum was 75.7% against joining. With a 50.2% voter turnout, the vote was 1,591,428 against to 511,548 in favor. Even the canton of Geneva, which has an income of about $600 million a year from the U.N.
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September 3, 1992 | ROSABETH MOSS KANTER, Rosabeth Moss Kanter is a professor of business administration at Harvard and editor of the Harvard Business Review. and
Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton isn't making foreign policy the centerpiece of his campaign. But Republican strategists would be foolish to think that the Democrats have ceded that territory, traditionally a Republican stronghold. Clinton's focus on economic investment could prove to be the foundation for a new type of foreign policy, one better suited to the challenges that the next American President will face.
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