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  • "Reagan had everything to gain everything in the eyes of the world if he had accepted the Reykjavik deal," Peggy Noonan wrote in "When Character Was King," her Reagan biography. "He would have been celebrated by history, known the pleasure of having given the world a gift of extraordinary and undreamed-of progress. But he wouldn't do it. He didn't think it was right. And because he didn't do it, the Soviet Union finally fell."

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