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Ashe Urges Gradual Change In Apartheid South Africa

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Jackson, Carter and Ford Win N.Y., Wisc. Primaries

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Death Valley Went for Reagan

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Ford Tops Reagan in Florida; Carter Edges Out Wallace

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Calm Precedes Storm In White's Ballroom

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Wald for Harris?

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Journalism Fails To Find Answers, Hersh Complains

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