Reagan Stumbles

February 1980
National Review;2/8/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p136
The article focuses on the chances of the Republican Presidential Candidature Nominee Ronald Reagan in the U.S. presidential elections. In the course of the article the impact of campaigns undertaken by Reagan in various states of the U.S. are overviewed, along-with the effect of Reagan's attitude towards U.S. policies on the people. The article observes that Reagan in the course of the campaign has failed to raise appealing issues. Also overviewed are the chances of other Republican Nominees George Bush and Jim Baker.


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