Republican Notes

May 1977
National Review;5/13/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 18, p537
The article discusses the competition between Gerald R. Ford and Ronald Reagan for the leadership of the U.S. Republican Party. Republican National Chairman Darrell Brock said that if the Party wants to win elections it would have to attract African American voters. The strategy of moderate versus conservative as employed by Ford and Reagan reflects a struggle for power within the party structure, but it is doubtful that this kind of debate has much electoral appeal in Middle America and it should give way to some persuasive analysis of concrete issues.


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