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George Shultz, former Reagan secretary of state who helped negotiate end of Cold War, dead at 100

Shultz passed away at his Stanford, California, home Saturday, Hoover Institution says

By Talia Kaplan

Fox News

Former Secretary of State George Shultz, an influential foreign policy figure during President Ronald Reagan’s administration, died Saturday, on Reagan’s birthday, at age 100 at his home in Stanford, California, the Hoover Institution said Sunday.

Shultz, a Hoover Institution distinguished fellow, held three major Cabinet posts in Republican administrations during his long career of public service. Before spending more than six…

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