Nancy Reagan at Drug Raid
As it is bound to happen again, please consider these simple pointers as to what readers of The Times consider vital details in coverage of designer drug raids: temperature setting of the air conditioner in the motor home; country of export of the grapes; activity which kept Nancy on her feet all day; social significance of watermelon in a controlled environment.
Little wonder that Mark Weinberg, the Reagans’ press secretary, was disappointed.
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