Regan's Coming Up

December 1979
National Review;12/7/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 49, p1537
The article reports on the announcement of made by Ronald Reagan to run for public office in United States. It discusses details on his political agenda like the federal budget cuts. Alongside Reagan's statement was Jack Kemps announcement that he would take on the role of Regan's economic spokesman.


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