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July 5, 1990
I was told by Ronald Reagan, in his bid for governor against Edmund Brown Sr., that if I voted for Brown my taxes would "go up." I got the same message from George Bush when he was running against Michael Dukakis for president. They were right! I voted for Brown and Dukakis and my taxes went up. DONNA VENITZ Santa Monica
BUSINESS
July 5, 1990
I was told by Ronald Reagan, in his bid for governor against Edmund Brown Sr., that if I voted for Brown my taxes would "go up." I got the same message from George Bush when he was running against Michael Dukakis for president. They were right! I voted for Brown and Dukakis and my taxes went up. DONNA VENITZ Santa Monica
BUSINESS
January 12, 1990 | From Associated Press
A state-owned East German company has agreed to buy a small U.S. distributor of printing machinery in what officials said Thursday was the first foreign acquisition by a state-run East German firm. Veb Kombinat Polygraph Leipzig Werner Lambertz, a maker of printing machinery for the graphic arts industry, has agreed to buy its U.S. importer and distributor, Royal Zenith Inc. of Great Neck, N.Y., for $25 million, according to the West German bank financing the transaction.
NEWS
July 1, 1989 | From Associated Press
Terrorists linked to a bombing that killed a U.S. Marine got part of a $600-million loan made to East Germany with the help of an American bank, according to a former National Security Council staff member. Norman A. Bailey, senior director of national security planning from 1981 to 1983, made his allegations during Thursday's taping of "Follow the Money," a Public Broadcasting System program to be broadcast July 12.
BUSINESS
January 12, 1990 | From Associated Press
A state-owned East German company has agreed to buy a small U.S. distributor of printing machinery in what officials said Thursday was the first foreign acquisition by a state-run East German firm. Veb Kombinat Polygraph Leipzig Werner Lambertz, a maker of printing machinery for the graphic arts industry, has agreed to buy its U.S. importer and distributor, Royal Zenith Inc. of Great Neck, N.Y., for $25 million, according to the West German bank financing the transaction.
NEWS
July 1, 1989 | From Associated Press
Terrorists linked to a bombing that killed a U.S. Marine got part of a $600-million loan made to East Germany with the help of an American bank, according to a former National Security Council staff member. Norman A. Bailey, senior director of national security planning from 1981 to 1983, made his allegations during Thursday's taping of "Follow the Money," a Public Broadcasting System program to be broadcast July 12.
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