`On the outer limits of propriety.'

December 1992
U.S. News & World Report;12/7/92, Vol. 113 Issue 22, p12
States that a 156-page report found that the late William Casey, while running former President Ronald Reagan's election campaign, `was intensely involved in the hostage crisis' and was `operating on the outer limits of propriety.' The Senate's $75,000 investigation concluded that no deal with Iran was ever completed. The House of Representatives have their turn now; Results of its $1.35 million investigation are expected in a few weeks.


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