President Reagan meets with Edgardo Paz Barnica, Foreign Minister of Honduras (C) and Carlos Jose Gutierrez, Foreign Minister of Costa Rica (R) in the Oval Office March 12, 1984. (UPI Photo/John Full/The White House)
President Reagan meets with President Rudolf KirchschlÃ¤ger of Austria in the Oval office Fabuary 28, 1984. President KirchschlÃ¤ger's visit is the first official visit of an Austrian hea dof State to the U.S. since the founding of relations between Vienna and Washington 200 years ago. (UPI Photo/Don Rypka/FILES)
President Ronald Reagan talks with Vice President George Bush in the White House residence after Bush returned from Beirut, Lebanon, where he viewed the bombing of the Marine compound. UPI Photo/John Full/The White House)
Original Caption: President Reagan enjoys the applause from a joint session of Congress prior to delivering his State of the Union address. Vice President George Bush and House Speaker Thomas O'Neill are behind Reagan. (UPI Photo/Don Rypka/FILES)
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