Rested and Back at Work

With some thoughts about arms, Wall Street and "Silent Cal"

It was the sort of speaking engagement any President would enjoy. Ronald Reagan, however, seemed to take particular relish last week in addressing the 182nd commencement exercises at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. Striding to the podium amid the rousing strains of Hail to the Chief, Reagan was greeted by thunderous applause from the 906 graduating cadets and 26,000 spectators in the academy's Michie Stadium. Then, in a speech lasting 25 minutes, interrupted 15 times by applause, Reagan declared that the country...

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