Stop squabbling, Reagan tells foreign-policy men

President Reagan called a halt to internal feuding among his foreign policy advisers when he summoned Secretary of State Alexander Haig and national security adviser Richard Allen to the Oval Office.

Mr. Reagan wanted to close the books on the latest flare-up, which occurred after Mr. Haig went public with his complaints of a ''guerrilla campaign'' to force him out of his post.

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