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Mikhail Gorbachev

It’s obvious that the economic policies of Gorbachev have failed, and that the people of the Soviet Union are not prepared to starve themselves any more, for the glory and career of Gorbachev.

It’s equally obvious that George Bush will eventually reach the finishing line of his international and domestic policies of controlled passivity (coercion of Lithuania by the Soviets), signing trade agreements with unholy partners (the Soviet Union and China), and playing political games with balancing the budget (the deficit).

There is only one unanswered question after the summit--who will fall first from his position of national leadership--Gorbachev or Bush? Or, rephrasing the question, will Gorbachev be replaced before or after 1992?

ADOLPH DONINS

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