суббота, 3 марта 2012 г.


Hostility about proposed aid to the contras fighting in Nicaragua did not greet U.S. Rep. Samuel Stratton, D-Schendectady, at his town meeting Saturday afternoon as it had last weekend.

"It's a little cooler outside," Stratton told the 50 people in the town library meeting room, "so maybe things will be a little quieter inside."

At town meetings held last weekend in Schenectady and Troy, opponents of the United States sending $100 million to the contras spoke and demonstrated against Stratton's support of President Reagan's aid package.

Stratton was escorted to and from the Schenectady County Library by plainsclothes police officers last week after …

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