Thatcher kept Reagan's drawings

Associated Press
A page of ink drawings among personal papers from 1981 released Saturday March 17 2012, by the Thatcher Archive at Britain's Cambridge University.  Britain's Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was so fascinated by U.S. President Ronald Reagan that she snatched and kept this page of his doodles at a G7 summit, the former British prime minister's newly released papers reveal.  Reagan left the piece of paper sitting on a table at the meeting near Ottawa, Canada in July 1981,  adorned with a scribbled eye, a man's muscular torso and several heads including one that looks like a self portrait. (AP Photo/The Thatcher Archive)

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Margaret Thatcher secretly kept a page of President Reagan's doodles from a G7 summit, the former British prime minister's newly released papers reveal.

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