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On a day set aside for a celebration of German-American relations, President Reagan called on the Soviets to tear down the Berlin Wall and end the “unnatural division of Europe and Germany.” Hailing the “bonds of friendship” between America and Germany as “stronger than ever,” Reagan said at a White House ceremony that the Berlin Wall “stands as a gash dividing those who hope and those who despair, those who are free to do as they may and those who do only what the state will allow.”


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