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Quote of the Month

Kurt Anderson — March 1984

For those who missed TIME Magazine’s report on the workings of Ronald Reagan’s White House, we present the following snippet:

‘Meeting with a group of Congressmen last fall, Reagan ‘confessed an inexcusable misapprehension as he explained why he had shifted away from his initial, unrealistic START proposal. That proposal called for much deeper cuts in land-based missile forces than in air- or sea-launched arsenals. Reagan had not realised, he admitted to the unnerved Congressmen, that the Soviets were certain to reject his formula because their nuclear forces were largely land-based. “I never heard anyone of our negotiators or any of our military people or anyone else bring up that particular point,” Reagan told TIME last week.’ Reported by Douglas Brew/Washington. TIME, February 6, 1984.

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