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In D.C. and Illinois hometown, a day of mourning and praise

By Glen Johnson and Eric Ferkenhoff
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / June 11, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- From President Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev, to US Army Lieutenant Larry Blevins, who wanted to leave his Bronze Star from the Iraq war beside the casket, Ronald Reagan was commemorated in death yesterday by thousands who filed through the soaring rotunda of the Capitol. (Full Article: 877 Words)

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