June 6, 1984
Vol. 03, Issue 37
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PAGE 28, 27 - Commentary
For institutions, as for individuals, anniversaries are times for celebration, not criticism, festivity rather than fault-finding, and fulsome praise without parsimony.
PAGE 40 - Commentary
Americans believe that individual excellence ought to be recognized and rewarded. We also support the idea of an egalitarian commitment of our national resources to the welfare of the common man.
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