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  • "At the end of that interview," Mr. Lambro says, "Reagan asked, 'You haven't any suggestions, have you, of more places that we can find to cut the budget?'

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  • But the Russians lost 20 million people in the war, which is sufficient reason, Reagan argued, to work for "reconciliation" with the Soviet Union "so, together, we can lessen the risks of war, now and forever."

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