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Secret Service evaluation of Monday role under way

The Secret Service has begun an investigation to determine if agents did all they could to protect President Reagan when he and three others were wounded in an assassination attempt Monday. Spokesman John Warner Jr. said preliminary indications were that the Secret Service men protecting the President did everything possible and made no mistakes. But he said it is standing procedure to review in an internal inves tigation the agency's behavior in such incidents.

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