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July 5, 1987
A number of President Reagan's top advisers operated a phantom government that has been linked to the theft of briefing materials from Jimmy Carter's 1980 presidential campaign, the Miami Herald reported. The group operated almost from the day Reagan took office, with the National Security Council coordinating its activities, government sources told the paper. Lt. Col. Oliver L.
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July 5, 1987
A number of President Reagan's top advisers operated a phantom government that has been linked to the theft of briefing materials from Jimmy Carter's 1980 presidential campaign, the Miami Herald reported. The group operated almost from the day Reagan took office, with the National Security Council coordinating its activities, government sources told the paper. Lt. Col. Oliver L.
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December 10, 1986 | ROBERT GILLETTE, Times Staff Writer
The Polish government Tuesday canceled a scheduled Christmas visit by Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.), who had planned to present a human rights award to two leading Solidarity activists. Western diplomats had expressed surprise that the government seemed willing to grant Kennedy a visa for this purpose. They said the cancellation is not likely to affect a thaw in U.S.-Polish relations. Kennedy had planned to spend Dec.
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June 6, 1987 | ROBERT GILLETTE, Times Staff Writer
Relations between the United States and Poland, emerging from a five-year chill, are returning to normal as both sides prepare to name ambassadors and talks get under way on trade, cultural and scientific contacts, according to a visiting senior Polish official. An exchange of ambassadors, symbolizing a return to full diplomatic relations, should take place "fairly quickly," now that both sides have selected candidates, the official, Roman Malinowski, said in an interview.
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June 20, 1991 | NANCY HOYT BELCHER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When Jacek Purat came to the United States from Poland in 1981, he was amazed by the amount of information he found about the environment--books, journals and magazines--all available to the average citizen. Purat, a graduate student in mammalian ecology, came from a college--the University of Poznan--where there wasn't even a biology library. He also came from a country that had 40 million people and only one conservation journal--a 10-page monthly.
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February 3, 1986 | NICK B. WILLIAMS Jr., Times Staff Writer
Corazon Aquino blew into this coastal capital in the central Philippines like a typhoon in early January. The crowds were enormous and ecstatic. In the weeks since, the 53-year-old housewife and widow of a political martyr has swept on to equally tumultuous welcomes in a barnstorming tour that has taken her to most of the country's 74 provinces. For voters looking for change, her sincere appeal has struck a chord.
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