President Clinton, at the time, was thanking Marvin for his letter concerning the "Striker Replacement Bill" which was extremely important to Clinton and a "Bill" they struck down in the Senate only three months later. The last full paragraph has his thoughts on why he supported the "Striker Replacement Bill" that includes "protecting employees who exercise their legal right to strike from the threat of permanent replacement" to stimulate productivity, increase international competitiveness, and contribute to long-term economic strength. The letterhead is "The White House" with the crest above the name. Also looking closer to right under Bill Clinton's name it has a watermark of what the stationary was called "Woven Linen".
The letter has a small coffee stain to the left of the word April and two very small tears in the two creases where it was originally folded, from I'm sure, being 27 year old. The stain and small tears can be seen in photos. PLEASE EXAMINE ALL PICS FOR QUALITY AND OR QUESTIONS AND FEEL FREE TO ASK ANYTHING AT ALL AS YOUR SATISFACTION IS MY MAIN CONCERN BECAUSE IF YOUR NOT HAPPY, IM NOT SUCCESSFUL.
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