Campaign Watch

October 1980
National Review;10/31/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 22, p1306
The article focuses on the political campaigns of U.S. President Jimmy Carter and presidential candidate Ronald Reagan as of October 1980. Political professionals are beginning to criticize the campaign strategy of Reagan. Since Labor Day, Reagan has been emphasizing the budget-balancing and government-trimming themes in his campaign. During his political career, Reagan has proven that he is a master of the television medium. On the other hand, Carter gained the support of Cuban leader Fidel Castro and Leonid Brezhnev.


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