Jerry Ford Arises

March 1980
National Review;3/21/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p329
The article criticizes the comments of former President Gerald R. Ford about Ronald Reagan, a candidate vying for the Republican nomination in the 1980 presidential elections in the U.S. It comments on the remark of Ford that Reagan is too conservative to beat President Jimmy Carter in the general election. A discussion of how Ford lost his bid for the presidency in line with his comment on Poland, is presented. It explores the impact of Ford's remark on the Republican conservative constituency.


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