President Reagan response to Marie Craven

Ronald Reagan1981-08-03

U.S. National Archives

U.S. National Archives
United States

President Reagan responds to Mrs. Marie Craven claiming that opposition to his nomination derives from one person in Arizona who has a "record of being vindictive." He goes on to explain Sandra Day O'Connor's more controversial state senate votes and attempts to reaffirm to Mrs. Craven his committment to pro-life policies.


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