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Queen Elizabeth II and President Ronald Reagan share a toast at the state dinner for the British Monarch at the M.H. De Young Museum late March 3, 1983. (UPI Photo/Don Rypka/Files).
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WASHINGTON: Prime Minister of Great Britain Margaret Thatcher (L) is met 9/28/1983 at the Washington Monument Reflecting Pool by Selwa Roosevelt, chief of Protocol, (r). (UPI Photo/Tim Clary)..
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WASHINGTON: Prime Minister of Great Britain Margaret Thatcher says goodbye to President Reagan 9/29/1983 at the White House. (UPI Photo/Richard Lipski)
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Prime Minister of Great Britain Margaret Thatcher meets with Secretary of the Treasury Donald Regan 9/29/1983 at the Treasury Department in Washington, DC. (UPI Photo/Betsy Perdue)
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President of West Germany Dr. Karl Carstens is applauded after his speech to a joint session of Congress on October 5, 1983 in Washington by Vice president George Bush (L) and House Speaker Thomas O’Neill (R). (UPI Photo/Mal Langsdon/Files)
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Washington: First Lady Nancy Reagan surprises President Reagan with a birthday cake Feb. 4, 1983, during an impromptu press conference. Reagan will be 72 on 2/6.(UPI Photo/Larry Rubenstein/Files)
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San Francisco: Former Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, recently appointed by President Ronald Reagan to head a commission to review U.S. relations win Central America, told a Bay Area audience at the Fairmont hotel on July 20, 1983, that such a panel cannot make foreign policy. While Kissinger spoke inside, about 300 people gathered outside to demonstrate against him with outspoken signs across the street from the hotel. (UPI Photo/Mike Hill/Files)
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