September 30, 1989 |
For nearly two weeks, touring 22,490 miles along the Pacific Rim, Vice President Dan Quayle has been playing counterpoint. "In Washington, the talk almost entirely, at least the public talk, has been about arms control" and progress in U.S.-Soviet relations, Quayle said in an interview Friday morning as Air Force Two flew east over the North Pacific toward home. Quayle's message at virtually every stop in his four-nation tour has provided a sharp contrast. Speaking to several thousand U.S.