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Did Reagan really mean it when he vowed to work equally closely with those on both sides of the ideological divide in Congress? The answer seems to depend on whom is asked.

Senate Energy Committee chairman-to-be James McClure (R) of Iraho, a conservative like Reagan, reports hand-in-glove consultation by transition officials.

But the future chairman of the Senate Environment Committee, Robert Stafford (R) of Vermont, who has moderate-to-liberal learnings, has yet to hear from Reagan transition emissaries.

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