As this is written, U.S. Attorney General Edwin Meese is still hunkered down in his bunker on Constitution Avenue, desperately defending his position as the nation's top law enforcement official against mounting charges of corruption. By now everyone in official Washington has turned against Meese except his perennially loyal president. It seems that nothing short of a felony conviction, or an astrological intervention, will sway Reagan's faith in his old friend.
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