What <i> Didn’t</i> Reagan Know?
I have a suggestion for getting to the bottom of the Iran arms-contra scandal. President Reagan and all his Cabinet members should take polygraph examinations and tell everything they know about the situation.
The President has frequently expressed his enthusiasm for the polygraph as a fact-finding tool, particularly in cases involving national security. The current scandal presents a perfect opportunity for Mr. Reagan to demonstrate his faith in the machine.
JANET R. BENDER
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