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  2. Alexander Haig, Presidential Adviser, Dies - CBS News

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    Former U.S. Secretary of State Alexander Haig, a four-star general who served as a top adviser to three presidents and ran for the office himself, has died. He was 85. Haig died today at about 1: ...

  3. Alexander Haig, Former Secretary Of State, Dies : NPR

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    Alexander Haig, a retired four-star general who served as White House chief of staff under Richard Nixon and secretary of state under Ronald Reagan, died early Saturday morning. He was 85.

  4. Former Secretary of State Alexander Haig dies at 85 - CNN.com

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    Alexander Haig, who managed the Nixon administration during the Watergate crisis and served a controversial stint as secretary of state under President Reagan, died on Saturday. He was 85.

  5. Alexander M. Haig Jr | Encyclopedia.com

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    Haig was born in Bala-Cynwyd, Pennsylvania, a comfortable suburb of Philadelphia, on December 2, 1924, the elder of two sons of Alexander Meigs and Regina Anne Haig. He attended St. Matthias parochial school in Bala-Cynwyd and St. Joseph's preparatory school in Philadelphia, graduating from Lower Merion High School in 1942.

  6. Alexander M. Haig dies at 85; secretary of State to Reagan

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    Alexander Meigs Haig Jr. was born Dec. 2, 1924, in Bala Cynwyd, Pa., a suburb of Philadelphia. His father was a Republican lawyer who died of cancer when Haig was 10.

  7. Secretaries of State at ANC: Alexander Haig, Four-Star Diplomat

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    In honor of the State Department’s birthday, today we examine the life and legacy of Alexander Haig (1924-2010), a four-star general who served as President Ronald Reagan’s first secretary of state, from January 22, 1981 to July 5, 1982. In retrospect, however, Haig’s legacy is defined less by his 18 months as secretary of state than by ...

  8. ALEXANDER HAIG comes to the race with strong views on foreign policy, shaped by years of military service in both Europe and Asia. Although he offers opinions on many domestic issues, particularly ...

  9. Secret Coup in the White House | AMERICAN HERITAGE

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    University of Texas archives. Emotional and breathless, Secretary of State Alexander Haig faced an anxious press corps in the White House briefing room at 4:14 p.m. on March 30, 1981. An assassination attempt had just been made on President Ronald Reagan, who lay anesthetized on an operating room at George Washington University Hospital.

  10. Alexander Haig Obituary (2010) - Laconia, NH - The Citizen

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    Alexander Haig. WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Secretary of State Alexander Haig, a four-star general who served as a top adviser to three presidents and had presidential ambitions of his own, died ...

  11. Earl Haig - Wikipedia

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    Earl Haig is a title in the peerage of the United Kingdom. It was created in 1919 for Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig . [3] During the First World War , he served as commander of the British Expeditionary Force on the Western Front in France and Belgium (1915–18).

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