Campaign Starts

September 1980
National Review;9/19/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 19, p1120
The article comments on the political campaigns of presidential candidates Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter and John Anderson in the U.S. 1980 elections. The stance of Reagan on the U.S. foreign policy toward China and on the Vietnam War is explored. It criticizes the slogan being used by incumbent President Jimmy Carter in his campaign which focuses on his record as a father and husband. It comments on the viability of the campaign of Anderson.


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