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Letter from Daniel Meador to Ronald Sokol, Monday, July 2, 1990

July 2, 1990

Mr. Ronald P. Sokol
B.P. 3
13540 Puyricard, France

Dear Ron:

Many thanks for your note, indicating that you will again be at Lake Lure. If you can
arrange to run up to Charlottesville, please try to do so. Otherwise, I hope that you can bestir
yourself sufficiently to give me a ring on the phone.

Thanks for your piece on lawmaking in France. I hope to be able to get around to
reading it before long. In recent days I have been consumed with getting a new class of judges
started in the program here. In late May and early June I was on a two and one half week
trip through Yugoslavia (with the last four days in England) on a USIA lecture tour. It was a
fascinating experience, taking me to six cities, the capitals of the six republics. That country is
an artificial construct, one that has never melded, and it is unclear whether it can hang together
very much longer.

I do hope to hear from you while you are in this country. With best wishes,


Daniel J. Meador


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