Stover after Yale

Brookhiser, Richard
April 1980
National Review;4/4/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p404
The article presents a profile of U.S. presidential candidate George Bush. Bush's presidential campaign in New England, Illinois and other states have been mentioned. His stand on other presidential candidates and on issues related to foreign policy, taxation and other economic indicators have been analyzed. Bush recites his petition of self-defense and ticks off his differences with presidential candidate Ronald Reagan on the issue of the Soviet intervention in Afghanistan. On the issue of Equal Rights Amendment, he supports draft registration for men and women.


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