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Jack Kemp trades football jabs with then-California Gov. Ronald Reagan in his Sacramento office in 1967. Mr. Kemp, a former quarterback and congressman, has been called one of Reagan's "biggest cheerleaders."

ASSOCIATED PRESS Jack Kemp trades football jabs with then-California Gov. Ronald Reagan in his Sacramento office in 1967. Mr. Kemp, a former quarterback and congressman, has been called one of Reagan's "biggest cheerleaders."

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