Drew, Elizabeth
December 1980
New Yorker;12/1/1980, Vol. 56 Issue 41, p154
The article explores the 1980 U.S. Presidential election. It assesses the status of the two Presidential candidates Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan. It discusses how the two Presidential candidates gave their efforts and organized effective campaigns, to gather votes from the people. Furthermore, it highlights the victory of President Ronald Reagan and talks on the plans of the President.


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