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W. Another RC3 release with a few changes, and now IREB 40x 41 RC3. Previous versions: IREB . W . 5.0.0.04 IREB 40x 41 421. Zip. Web site: . Two RC3's, one for 4.2.1, and one for 4.0.8. Some of the changes in this new RC3 are: . IREB 40x 41 RC3. zip. Web site:. A(CE) .Search Robert J. Dole A former U.S. senator and House member from New Mexico, Robert Dole was born in rural Hot Springs, South Dakota on July 2, 1916. Dole grew up in a ranching family, where he was taught to ride at age five and helped with the chores. He attended the University of Kansas, where he excelled in football, but left the school before graduating after it was discovered that he had broken the Big 12 Conference's scholastic eligibility rules. At age 19, Dole tried his hand at the oil business, but after his partners failed to provide financial support, he decided to return to South Dakota, where he started a small trucking company. In 1936, he bought into a diamond mine and started an even bigger trucking company in which he and his partners traded securities. In 1943, he went back to the University of Kansas to finish his degree in business. Early political life Dole first entered politics in the early 1940s, when he joined the Young Republicans. After meeting with President Roosevelt in 1944, he became active in the Young Democrats. During the war, he was responsible for organizing national and state drives for the war effort. After the war, he worked for the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion, becoming the executive director of the VFW in 1948. In 1950, Dole, who had attended South Dakota State University, ran for the U.S. House of Representatives seat in the state's Republican-dominated First District. He easily beat his two opponents in the Republican primary, but lost the general election to Democrat Francis A. O'Hara by a margin of 20,000 votes. U.S. Senate and House of Representatives Dole ran for the Senate seat held by Democrat Joseph B. Harsch, who had been defeated for reelection by Republican Norris Cotton in 1948. He defeated

 

 


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