RRPL

AcronymDefinition
RRPLRocky River Public Library (Rocky River, OH)
RRPLRonald Reagan Presidential Library (Simi Valley, CA)
RRPLRichmond Rollers Pool League (billiards; Richmond, Canada)
RRPLRio Rancho Public Library (New Mexico)
RRPLRecommended Repair Parts List
RRPLRoanoke Rapids Public Library (North Carolina)
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See Letter, Reagan to Brezhnev, 17 November 1981, ES: GSB, Box 37, Folder: 8106607, RRPL. The drafts are located in the same location.
(26.) Letter, Reagan to Brezhnev, 20 October 1982, ES: GSB, Box 38, Folder: 8290742-8290870, RRPL.
(27.) National Security Council Memorandum, 16 October 1982, ES: GSB, Box 38, Folder: 8290742-8290870, RRPL.
(35.) Memorandum from Myroslaw Smorodsky, Human Rights, Box 1, Folder: 050000-052698, RRPL (no date).
Clark, "Your Meeting with Helsinki Watch Members," 22 June 1982, Human Rights, Box 1, Folder: 085626-094142, RRPL.
(37.) Letter, House of Representatives to Reagan, 1 October 1981, Human Rights, Box 1, Folder: 038000-046999, RRPL.
(55.) Letter, Reagan to Felipe Gonzalez, 2 July 1983, Human Rights, Box 2, Folder: 1420001507365, RRPL. See also Memo for Robert C.
Clark to Reagan, "U.S.-Soviet Relations: Decisions on New Consulates, Cultural Exchange Agreement and Reciprocity," 21 May 1983, William Clark Files, Box 8, Folder: U.S.-Soviet Relations Working Papers, RRPL, 6/7, RRPL; and Letter, McFarlane to Clark, N.T., 23 March 1983, William Clark Files, Folder: U.S.-Soviet Relations Working Papers, RRPL, 3/7.
(68.) See Letter, Reagan to Gorbachev, 11 May 1985, ES: GSG, Box 40, Folder: 85904758590495, RRPL.
(28.) Trent Lott to Donald Regan, 21 December 1981, Bob Jones and Goldsborn Folder, WBP, RRPL. Copy of summary of Lott memorandum to Ronald Reagan with Reagan's comments, attached to Lott's letter to Regan.
Wallison to Donald Regan, 2.2 December 1981, Bob Jones and Goldsboro Folder, WBP, RRPL.
Another prominent organization that came out against the administration was the Council for American Private Education who stated that "no school should be able to flout the law of the land and most particularly where human rights and dignity are at stake." See Press Release for Council for American Private Education, 11 January 1982, Bob Jones and Goldsboro Folder, WBP, RRPL.