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Presidential hopeful Ronald Reagan, center, is flaked by his wife Nancy, and former opponent George Bush, as he delivers a speech at a reception in the New York Hotel Pierre on Monday, June 17, 1980 in New York. Reagan was in New York to meet with editorial boards and to continue his efforts to help his former Republican opponent pay off their campaign debts. (AP Photo/Lederhandler)
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Presidential hopeful Ronald Reagan, center, is flaked by his wife Nancy, and former opponent George Bush, as he delivers a speech at a reception in the New York Hotel Pierre on Monday, June 17, 1980 in New York. Reagan was in New York to meet with editorial boards and to continue his efforts to help his former Republican opponent pay off their campaign debts. (AP Photo/Lederhandler)

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