Reagan v. Connally?

April 1979
National Review;4/13/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 15, p463
This article comments on the apparent confidence of Ronald Reagan in winning the Republican Party nomination for the presidential election in 1981. This confidence is evident in the comments made by Reagan campaign manager Senator Paul Laxalt about John Connally, a rival of Reagan for the Republican nomination. It can be reasonably expected that Reagan and Connally will battle it for the Republican nomination.


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