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During the Clinton years, his strong religious beliefs and his stable family background (Helms had been happily married for 60 years) was a telling contrast to the sleaze-ridden Clinton menage in the White House.

"You will see editorials saying 'It's the same old Helms – it's vintage Helms'," Helms proclaimed characteristically during the Senate elections of 1996 "You're doggone right it's the same old Helms".

Yet he also had a quick temper which could flare up when things were not going his way, or when people disagreed with him, a temper which he sometime employed to good effect.

In 1997, Helms had an ugly spat with the British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook, at a meeting at which Cook insisted that America should pay its debt to the UN "in full and on time".

Fervently pro-smoking (although he himself gave up smoking unfiltered Lucky Strikes – known as "Coffin Nails" – in 1992 after undergoing heart surgery), when people lit up in his presence, he would nod and say " 'preciate it ".

He voted against bills to discourage the purchase of cigarettes and in gratitude, the industry showered him with hundreds of thousands of dollars towards his campaigns.

One of his television advertisements for the 1990 election campaign showed a pair of white hands screwing up a rejection letter as a voice-over said "You needed that job and you were the best qualified.

He attended Wake Forest College, but never graduated, leaving after a year to work as city editor of the Raleigh Times in 1941-42.

Helms's assistance was particularly valuable in the agreement of a compromise to solve the long-running dispute over America's unpaid

He attended Wake Forest College, but never graduated, leaving after a year to work as city editor of the Raleigh Times in 1941-42.

Helms's assistance was particularly valuable in the agreement of a compromise to solve the long-running dispute over America's unpaid $1.5bn arrears to the UN.

Helms, who had once described UN officials as "cry-babies", refused to authorise back payments until genuine bureaucratic reform was agreed.

By the early 1990s, the collapse of Communism had removed his principal platform and though he remained a favourite hate figure for the Left – gay activists once stuck a giant condom on his roof – it seemed that he might go down in history as the gadfly of American politics, the last of the "Good Ol' Boys" from the South, obstreperous, opinionated, but largely irrelevant.

Then, following the mid-term elections of 1994 when the Republicans swept the board in the Senate, under the House's seniority rules, and to the horror of the Clinton White House, Helms became chairman of the Senate's powerful Foreign Relations Committee.

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He attended Wake Forest College, but never graduated, leaving after a year to work as city editor of the Raleigh Times in 1941-42.Helms's assistance was particularly valuable in the agreement of a compromise to solve the long-running dispute over America's unpaid $1.5bn arrears to the UN.Helms, who had once described UN officials as "cry-babies", refused to authorise back payments until genuine bureaucratic reform was agreed.By the early 1990s, the collapse of Communism had removed his principal platform and though he remained a favourite hate figure for the Left – gay activists once stuck a giant condom on his roof – it seemed that he might go down in history as the gadfly of American politics, the last of the "Good Ol' Boys" from the South, obstreperous, opinionated, but largely irrelevant.Then, following the mid-term elections of 1994 when the Republicans swept the board in the Senate, under the House's seniority rules, and to the horror of the Clinton White House, Helms became chairman of the Senate's powerful Foreign Relations Committee.

.5bn arrears to the UN.

Helms, who had once described UN officials as "cry-babies", refused to authorise back payments until genuine bureaucratic reform was agreed.

By the early 1990s, the collapse of Communism had removed his principal platform and though he remained a favourite hate figure for the Left – gay activists once stuck a giant condom on his roof – it seemed that he might go down in history as the gadfly of American politics, the last of the "Good Ol' Boys" from the South, obstreperous, opinionated, but largely irrelevant.

Then, following the mid-term elections of 1994 when the Republicans swept the board in the Senate, under the House's seniority rules, and to the horror of the Clinton White House, Helms became chairman of the Senate's powerful Foreign Relations Committee.

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He was no less wily a politician in his home state of North Carolina. happily married for 60. problems of our time stem from a loss of. 
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