July 1982
National Review;7/9/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 13, p803
The article presents news briefs related to politics and government in the U.S. Conservatives in the U.S. are dissatisfied about the performance of U.S. President Ronald Reagan on foreign affairs, especially on the issue of U.S. support for Taiwan. Political analysts are now taking New York businessman Lew Lehrman's gubernatorial race seriously since his overwhelming victory at party convention. Political analyst Kevin Phillips is overjoyed about the results of early June primaries/ conventions, in California, New Jersey, and Virginia.


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